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Book I.

Wbich contains the History of thirty eight Years

and a half, from 1520, to the Death of

Henry II. the 11th of July 1559.

The Contents of this Book.

I. Some general Confiderations on the Causes which

occafioned the Reformation. (1) The Pope's
Pride, Avarice, &c. (2) Ignorance, and Vices
of the Clergy. (3) Restauration of Learning in
the West. (4) Dispersion of the Waldenses.
(5) Leo's Bull of Indulgences. (6) Disputes oc-
cafioned by it. II. The Effets of those Disputes
in France. III. Brissonnet Bishop of Meaux,
countenances the Reformation in his Diocese.
No. I.

IV. He


IV. He recents because of the Perfecutioz.
V. John le Clerc, first Martyr of the Reformed
Religion in France. VI. Francis I's Proceed-
ings against the Reformed. VII. Their Doc-
trine receiv'd by several at Orleans, &c.
VIII. A foort Account of Calvin. IX. Refor-
mation preached at Thoulouse; and how received
there. X. Margaret Queen of Navarr coun-
tenances the Reformation, XI. Francis I's
Inclination to it. XII. The Placards, and their
Effects. XIII. A severe Ediet against the Re-
formed. XIV. The Queen of Navarr in dan-
ger of being persecuted. XV. Anabaptists for-
ced at Munster. XVI. The first French Re-
formed Bible. XVII. Cardinal Du Prats
Death, and Character. XVIII. A great
Drought in France. XIX. Julius Cæfar Sca-
liger in Trouble. XX. Charles V's Passage
through France. XXI. Paul III. appoints a
general Council at Trent. XXII. Proceeding of

the Parliaments in France against the Reform-
· ed. XXIII, Landri's Sermons, and their Ef-

feet. XXIV. His Death. XXV. Marot leaves
the Court, and the Kingdom. XXVI. Articles
of Faith drawn by the Sorbonists. XXVII. Per.
fecution at Autigny. XXVIII. Of the Walden-
ses. XXIX. Their Mellage to Ecolampadius,
and colampadius's Letters to them. XXX. The
Jesuit Daniel's Imposture on their Account,
proved by his own Quotations. XXXI. The
Messacre of Cabrieres, Merindol, &c. XXXII.
Francis I's Resentment against the Authors of
it. XXXIII. Their Tryal and the Event,
XXXIV. The Council is appointed anew at
Trent. XXXV. Conference of Divines at Me-
lun about the Council. XXXVI. Peter Danes
is sent Embassador to the Council. XXXVII.Her-
man Elector of Cologn luminoned by the Emperor


ferm. XXIV. Landri's Sere against the Raing of

and tbe Pope. XXXVIII. Rerson of these Sum-
mons. XXXIX. Persecution at Meaux, and in
other Places. XL. Henry VIII's Death,
XLI. Francis I's Death. XLII. His Charac-
ter. XLIII. Complaints of the Sorbonists against
Castellan. XLIV. Mendoza's Answer to them.
XLV. Progresses of the Reformation under this
Reign. XLVÏ. Henry II. fucceeds to the Crown,
XLVII. His Favourites Charetter. XLVIII.
of the Constable Montmorency. XLIX. Of
Charles Cardinal of Lorrain. L. Of Diana
Dutchess of Valentinois. LI. Of the Marshal of
St. Andrew. LII. They provoke the King againjt
the Reformed. LIII. A Procession ending by
the burning of some of thein. LIV. The Death
of Margaret Queen of Navarr, and her Cha-
yaller. LV. Of Coftellan Bijbop of Mafcon.
LVI. Of Caraccicli Bihop of Troyes. LVII.
Henry's Protest against the Council of Trent,
LVIII. The Edict of Chateau-briant. LIX.
Henry's League with Maurice Elector of Saxony;
&c. LX. His Expedition in Lorrain. LXI. The
Treaty of Palaw. LXII. Persecutions in France.
LXIII. Lewis de Marsac's Martyrdom. LXIV.
The Gag first put in Usé. LXV. Martyrdom of
Simon Laloe. LXVÍ. King Edward's Death.
LXVII. A Reformed Church seitled at Paris.
LXVIII. Of Mr. de la Riviere first Minister of
it. LXIX, Pope Marcel succeeds to Julius III.
cad Paul IV. to Marcel. LXX. The Death of
Henry King of Navarr. LXXI. New Regu-
lations for the Tryal of Hereticks. LXXII.
Henry II, breaks the Truce with the Emperor.
LXXIII. Cardinal of Lorrain's Designs to settle
an Inquisition in France. LXXIV. Warmly
opposed by the Parliament of Paris. LXXV.
The Battle of St. Quentin. LXXVI. The Af-
fembly of St. James's-ftreet at Paris discovered.

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LXXVII. Calumnies Spread against the Red

formed. LXXVIII. Persecutions against them.

LXXIX. Jealousies between the Houses of Guise,

and Montmorency. LXXX. Very little probabi-

lity that the King had ever settled the Inquisition

in France by his own Authority. LXXXI. The

Marriage of the Dauphin with Mary Queen of

Scots. LXXXII.Charles V's Death. LXXXIII.

Some great Princes and Lords of the Court de-

clare themselves for the Reformed Religion.

LXXXIV. A folemn Embassy from the Prote-

stant Princes of Germany. LXXXV. The sing-

ing of Psalms in the Clerk's Meadow LXXXVI.

The Treaty of Cateau-Cambrefis. LXXXVII.

Secret Conference of the Cardinal of Lorrain
with Cardinal Granvelle. I.XXXVIII. He
charges Dandelot with Heresy. LXXXIX.
Dandelot's Defence and Persecution. XC. Vil-
legagnon's Voyage into Brasil. XCI. Munier's
Condemnation, XCII. The Death of Mary
Queen of England. XCIII. The great Increase

of the Reformed Churches in France. XCIV.

The Mercuriale. XCV. Counsellor Dubourg

and some others arrested Prisoners. XCVI. James

Spifame condemned. XCVII. The first National

Synod of the Reformed Churches in France.

XCVIII. Their Confession of Faith. XCIX.

Their Discipline. C. An extraordinary Em-

baly from the Protestant Princes of Germany. ,

. Dubourg's Tryal begins. CII. King Henry's

Death unexpećted. CIII. His Chara&ter. CIV.

A General View of the Reformed Churches set-

tled in France under his Reign, more especially
of that of La Rocbelle. CV, Francis II. Ưuc-

ceeds to Henry II. '

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