The Cambridge Modern History/Volume II

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The Cambridge Modern History  (1904) 
Volume II: The Reformation
Index page: Cambridge_Modern_History_Volume_2.djvu

CONTENTS


 —
 
Preface
     By A. W. Ward, G. W. Prothero and Stanley Leathes
Chapter     I.
 
Medicean Rome.
     By Franz Xaver Kraus
II.
 
Habsburg and Valois. (I.)
     By Stanley Leathes
III.
 
Habsburg and Valois. (II.)
     By Stanley Leathes
IV.
 
Luther.
     By Thomas Martin Lindsay
V.
 
National Opposition to Rome in Germany.
     By Albert Frederick Pollard
VI.
 
Social Revolution and Catholic Reaction in Germany.
     By Albert Frederick Pollard
VII.
 
The Conflict of Creeds and Parties in Germany.
     By Albert Frederick Pollard
VIII.
 
Religious War in Germany.
     By Albert Frederick Pollard
IX.
 
The Reformation in France.
     By Arthur Augustus Tilley
X.
 
The Helvetic Reformation.
     By James Pounder Whitney
XI.
 
Calvin and the Reformed Church.
     By Andrew Martin Fairbairn
XII.
 
The Catholic South.
     By William Edward Collins
XIII.
 
Henry VIII.
     By James Gairdner
XIV.
 
The Reformation under Edward VI.
     By Albert Frederick Pollard
XV.
 
Philip and Mary.
     By James Bass Mullinger
XVI.
 
The Anglican Settlement and the Scottish Reformation.
     By Frederic William Maitland
XVII.
 
The Scandinavian North.
     By William Edward Collins
 
 
Note on the Reformation in Poland.
     By Stanley Leathes
XVIII.
 
The Church and Reform.
     By Reginald Vere Laurence
XIX.
 
Tendencies of European Thought in the Age of the Reformation.
     By Andrew Martin Fairbairn
   
 — Bibliographies
 — Chronological Table
 — Index


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