History / History-British  Political / The King's Cardinal. The rise and fall of Cardinal Wolsey. by Peter Gwyn Peter Gwyn Pimlico paperback 1992: approximately 6 x 2 x 9.25" tall: 666 pages including bibliography and index. Synopsis: A penetrating and comprehensive examination of the rise and fall of Thomas Wolsey: his character, political career and place in English and World history. Contents as follows:  Preface. Introduction. Notes to the Notes. Chapters:-1) From Butcher's Cub to Lordly Prelate. 2) Church and State in early Sixteenth-- century England. 3) The Making of the Treaty of London.4) 'Where conscience hath most force': Wolsey and The Law.5) Peace or War: the Calais Conference of 1521. 6) Patronage and Politics at the Court.7) The North, Ireland and Wales.8) The Cardinal Legate and the English Church. 9) The Great Enterprise.10) Wolsey and the Common Weal. 11) Reform and Reformation.12) The King's Great Matter.13) Wolsey's Downfall. 14) the Final Year. Condition: paper slightly tanned: overall very clean, firm and good used books
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  • Book Title: The King's Cardinal. The rise and fall of Cardinal Wolsey.
  • Author: Peter Gwyn
  • ISBN: 0712651225
  • Publisher: Pimlico
  • Year Published: 1992
  • Our Normal Price: £27.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Pimlico paperback 1992: approximately 6 x 2 x 9.25" tall: 666 pages including bibliography and index. Synopsis: A penetrating and comprehensive examination of the rise and fall of Thomas Wolsey: his character, political career and place in English and World history. Contents as follows: Preface. Introduction. Notes to the Notes. Chapters:-1) From Butcher's Cub to Lordly Prelate. 2) Church and State in early Sixteenth-- century England. 3) The Making of the Treaty of London.4) 'Where conscience hath most force': Wolsey and The Law.5) Peace or War: the Calais Conference of 1521. 6) Patronage and Politics at the Court.7) The North, Ireland and Wales.8) The Cardinal Legate and the English Church. 9) The Great Enterprise.10) Wolsey and the Common Weal. 11) Reform and Reformation.12) The King's Great Matter.13) Wolsey's Downfall. 14) the Final Year. Condition: paper slightly tanned: overall very clean, firm and good
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  • Dustcover: No
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Type: Used Books

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