The History of France, Band 3

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Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1863

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Massacre of Vassy March 1562
54
Causes of this as of Catholic Resuscitation
60
At Toulouse
66
Duke of Guise besieges Orleans
72
Impossibility of Accord betwixt the Creods
78
Catherine declares the King of Age August 1363
85
Scene with Pithou
86
Huguenot Alarm and Outburst
93
Treaty of Longjumeau March 1568
99
Siege of Poitiers
105
Treaty of St Germains August 1570
111
Coligny at Court Marriage between Henry of Navarre
117
Was the Massacre of St Bartholomews Eve premeditated ?
123
Seizure of Mons and Valenciennes by the Huguenots
129
Coligny shot at and wounded
135
The Duke of Guise declines the exclusive Responsibility of it
146
Anjou besieges La Rochelle February 1573
152
He is elected King of Poland
153
Death of Charles the Ninth
160
Death of the Cardinal de Lorraine
166
Peace of Monsieur April 1576
173
Assemblage of the First Estates of Blois December 1576
182
The Peace of Bergerac September 1577
189
The Kings Brother in the Low Countries his Death
195
Renewal of the Civil War
202
Interview between Catharine and Henry of Navarro
208
The King strives to set aside Guise
214
But finally succumbs to Guise and agrees to his Terms
220
The Estates assemble at Blois October 1588
223
The King driven to meditate the Assassination of the Duke
229
Explosion in the Capital
235
Henry of Navarres Declaration
241
Henry the Third assassinated by Jaques Clement August 1589
247
The Wane of Protestantism and its Causes
253
Henry carries the southern Suburbs of Paris
259
The Kings Army before Paris
267
The Prince of Parma compels Henry to raise the Siege
274
Siege of Rouen by advice of Elizabeth
280
His success in this April 1592 286
286
Arrogance of the Spanish Demands
293
A French Army conquers Bresse from the Duke of Savoy
349
His Arrest and Trial
356
Sullys Negotiations with the Huguenots
362
Sullys subsequent Mission to King James
368
Affair of Cleves
374
Design of Ravaillac
380
Dismissal of Sully
386
The Regents Council
387
Causes of the latter
393
Treaty with them at St Menehould
399
Richelieu first appears as Spokesman of the Clergy
405
Conspiracy against hiin
411
Luynes assumes Power His Cruelty to Eleanor Galigai
417
She is joined by Richelieu
423
King marches into Bearn and reduces the Huguenots
429
The Rochellois Protest
430
The Inhabitants of Negrepelisse massacred
436
Vieuville introduces Richelieu to the Council April 1624
442
Vieuville arrested and Richelieu sole Minister Aug 1624
448
Failure of the Italian Expedition
454
Estrangement of French and English Courts
460
Execution of Chalais Aug 1626
466
Richelieus Mode of dealing with Finance Page
470
Siege of La Rochelle Richelieus Dyke
476
Massacre of Privas
482
Rival Efforts of Cardinal Berulle against Richelieu
488
The Emperor Ferdinands UltraCatholicism
496
Richelieu crushes both the Noblesse and tho Estates of
503
Montmorency defeated at Castelnaudari Sept 1632
509
Richelieu rescucs Alsace
515
Siege and Capture of Arras Aug 1640
521
And enormous Expenditure
524
Queens Communication with Spain and the Cardinals Enemies
530
Character of Minister and Monarch
546
CHAP XXX
552
Mazarin succeeds to the Power of Richelieu
559
Parliament opposes Mazarin
566
Insurrection of Massaniello
574
Increasing Discontent of Parisians and Paris Parliament
580
Marshal Meilleraye declared Finance Minister
586

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