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A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon

Now first printed from a collation of four manuscripts

by Harpsfield, Nicholas

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Published by Printed for the Camden Society in [Westminster] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Nicholas Pocock
SeriesCamden Society new series -- v.21
ContributionsPocock, Nicholas, 1814-1897
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA338.H3
The Physical Object
Pagination[4], ix, [3], 344 p. ;
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24871573M
OCLC/WorldCa29073707


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Free shipping for many products. Treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon. [Westminster]: Printed for the Camden Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Catherine, of Aragon Queen consort of Henry VIII King of England; Henry, King of England; Catherine, of Aragon Queen consort of Henry VIII King of England; Henry, King of England.

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Harpsfield, Nicholas. The Pretended Divorce Between Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. No location: Hardpress Publishing, It should be noted that Mr. Harpsfield was also a Marian and Papal Romanist who wrote several volumes and supervised s of criminal trials against Reformed : Reformation.

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who have written the most books on this subject. James Anthony Froude, 1 book John E. Paul, 1 book Francesca Claremont, 1 book Nicholas Harpsfield, 1. Treatise Touching the Pretended Divorce of Henry the Eighth - Volume 21 Skip to main content We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Review - This book offers a very different view of the divorce of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon. Instead of seeing it from Henry's perspective only this book looks at it from the Vatican end and what the English ambassadors had to cope with while /5. Harpsfield, Nicholas () A Treatise A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon book the Pretended Divorce Between Henry VIII.

and Catharine of Aragon, Camden Society, p.written in the 16th century. This transcript from Mattingly, p. Categories: Six Wives. The situation changed suddenly when Henry VII died on Apand Prince Henry became King Henry VIII.

Henry VIII announced to the Spanish ambassador that he wanted to marry Catherine quickly, claiming that it was his father's deathbed wish. Many doubt that Henry VII said any such thing, given his long resistance to the marriage. Search result for nicholasharpsfield: A Treatise on the Pretended Divorce Between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon.

Now First Printed from a Collation of Four Manuscripts(), Etude Sur Nicolas Psaulme, v que Et Comte de Verdun, (), A Treatise on the Pretended Divorce Between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon. I searched through Harpsfield’s book “A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon” and he mentions Peto’s sermon but not what Peto said to the King afterwards, although a few pages on he comments “Yea, I have credibly heard reported that the King knew the mother of the said Anne Bulleyne”   Thus, this short blog entry looked at things related to Henry VIII’s divorce from Catherine of Aragon in chronological order.

First of all, it looked at Henry’s early years, where he was born as the second son of King Henry VII, who made the arrangement of political marriage between Catherine of Aragon and his elder brother, Arthur, who.

Henry wanted to divorce Catherine because she did not produce a male heir and because he had an eye towards a certain young woman at Court. Henry and Catherine never liked each other very much to begin with. The Pope said, "No deal." Henry got pissed off and announced that the Pope had no power in Henry's realms.

A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII. and Catharine of Aragon, ([Westminster] Printed for the Caden society, ), by Nicholas Harpsfield, ed. by Nicholas Pocock (page images at HathiTrust) Henry VIII.

(London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green &. LIves of Saint Thomas More (Everyman Paperbacks) by William Roper and Nicholas Harpsfield and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book was an interesting take on the so-called divorce between Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon and its subsequent impact on history.

What made it interesting is that Froude expresses a number of views that run contrary to the conventional views held by most historians/5. The Tudors: Henry VIII - The King's Great Matter and the Quest for a Divorce - Episode 18 - Duration: I'm Stuck - GCSE and A-Level Revision 4, views After all, Henry VIII may have rejected Catherine, but it was Catherine who first rejected Henry as the Supreme Head of the English Church.

Read on for 43 scandalous facts about the epic life of Catherine of Aragon, the first wife of Henry VIII. Read the full-text online edition of The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon: The Story as Told by the Imperial Ambassadors Resident at the Court of Henry VIII ().

Divorce from Catharine; Great Britain--History--Henry VIII, ; Table of contents. Henry VIII married his brother's widow but had to get special permission from the Pope to do so. This would come back to haunt him later when he wanted to divorce Catherine.

Catholic views of Anne are in Harpsfield, Nicholas, Treatise on the Pretended Divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon ed. Nicholas Pocock (Camden Soc, ); Sander, Nicolas, Rise and Growth of the Anglican Schism ed.

and trans. David Lewis (); Clifford, Henry, Life of Jane Dormer, Duchess of Feria ed. Joseph Stevenson ().Cited by:   The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon by JA Froude, CHAPTER TWO Mission of Wolsey to Paris — Visits Bishop Fisher on the way — Anxieties of the Emperor — Letter of the Emperor to Henry VIII.

-Large offers to Wolsey — Address of the. The divorce was but an illustration of the situation, and such a Papacy as Mendoza contemplated would reduce England and all Catholic Europe into fiefs of the Empire.

From The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon: The Story as Told by the Imperial Ambassadors Resident at the. Catherine of Aragon (often spelled as " Katharine") (16 December – 7 January ) was the daughter of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of ine was the wife of Arthur, Prince of Wales and later married his brother, Henry VIII.

Early life. When Catherine was three years old, it was decided that she would marry Arthur, Prince of Wales. Success: the marriage to be annulled, Anne to marry Henry and become queen thus gaining power, some religious reform, Wolsey to be removed if he failed to get the divorce Aim: got annulment, anger gained influence, Anne became queen, break from the Roman church.

This is going to be a long answer because the reasons are complicated, so bear with me: Henry VIII had to have a son. It wasn’t a matter of misogyny or pigheadedness on his part. I believe that he would have viewed it as his ultimate duty to leave.

InHenry VIII became enamoured of Anne Boleyn, a maid-of-honour to Queen Catherine who was between 10 and 17 years younger than Henry (Anne's exact year of birth is unknown).

Henrybegan pursuing this time Catherine was no longer able to bear children. That Henry VIII bribed a cohort of Catholic theologians to justify his divorce is little known today, though St.

John Fisher wrote a whole book about it intitled De causa matrimonii, a work carefully abridged in the first part of Dr. Nicholas Harpsfield’s Treatise on the Pretended Divorce Between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon, a. Hi, I am 9 years old.

This is my school homework on one reason why Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon. This is my first ever video so sorry my voice is a bit muffled.

Henry VIII mistress during the time of the English Reformation. One of the reasons Henry VIII wanted to get his marriage to Catherine annulled is so that he could marry her. marriage: has a daughter Elizabeth still-born son executed for false treason #2.

Though the Tudors (Welsh Tydder) interest me little, I spent years in the castle to which Katherine was exiled by Henry, so I have to know something. First, some official facts: Katherine of Aragon (), First Queen of Henry VIII > Katherin.

The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon The Story as Told by the Imperial Ambassadors Resident at the Court of Henry VIII Language: English: LoC Class: DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe: Subject: Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Biography Subject: Henry VIII, King of England, -- Divorce Author: James Anthony Froude.

Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon were Roman Catholic, and the Church forbade divorce. As time went on without a male heir (they were married for 23 years), Henry began looking for a new wife who could bear healthy sons.

Young and sophisticated Anne Boleyn caught his eye. Catherine was born at the Archbishop's Palace of Alcalá de Henares near Madrid, on the night of 16 December She was the youngest surviving child of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile.

Catherine was quite short in stature with long red hair, wide blue eyes, a round face, and a fair complexion. She was descended, on her maternal side, from the English royal house Born: 16 DecemberArchiepiscopal Palace.

A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon c (Camden Soc. ) Harraden, Beatrice The fowler Hilda Strafford Interplay The scholar’s daughter Ships that pass in the night Harral, Thomas.Henry made use of the presence of the unmarried princess in England to extort new conditions, and especially to secure the marriage of his daughter Marry to the archduke Charles V.

Bywhen Henry was old enough to wed, Henry VII wasn't as keen on a Spanish alliance, and young Henry was forced to reject the engagement.3/5. The Divorce of Henry VIII: The Untold Story Paperback – 7 Feb.

Catherine of Aragon, Her book, "The Divorce of Henry VIII: The Untold Story from Inside the Vatican", is just that, and spotlights the work done by "agents" of Henry and their work in Italy. Also interesting are the actions of the pope, Clement VII.4/5(8).