Queen Elizabeth and the French Protestants in the years 1559 and 1560.
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Published by Printed by O. Schmidt in Leipzig-Reudnitz .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1558-1603,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- France,
  • France -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA356 S7
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17339502M

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  Just two years into her reign, Elizabeth had a success against the French. The French had announced their intention to help the Scots defeat the revolt of the Lords of the Congregation. At the same time, the French stated that Mary was the rightful Queen of England. In the same year () Elizabeth sent an English force to Scottard to assist-the Protestants in freeing that country from French dominion. By the Treaty of Edinburgh negotiated between the English and the French the Latter promised to lead to withdraw from Scotland, thus assuring ascendancy of the Reformation party. The HTML text used here is from a reprint, The Prayer Book of Queen Elizabeth , published in by Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh (Greiffiths /7). That text, in turn, appears to be taken from an edition published by Richard Grafton of London in In secret negotiations, Queen Elizabeth promised to support the Scottish Protestants (), and to this end the Treaty of Berwick (Feb. ) was concluded. The Scottish Diet enacted laws implementing the reformation. In early an English fleet appeared off Edinburgh.

The Protestants saw the French as a Catholic influence and, when conflict broke out between the two factions, called on English Protestants for assistance in expelling the French from Scotland. [5] In , King James V of Scotland died, leaving only a week-old daughter who was proclaimed Mary, Queen of . A timeline of English History for the years - during the reigns of Edward VI, Lady Jane Grey, Mary I and Elizabeth I by John Dudley, Earl of Warwick, provided for the return of Boulogne to France for a ransom of , crowns. The French also agreed to remove troops from Scotland. Elizabeth was crowned Queen Elizabeth I at. Events January–June. January – King Philip II of Spain marries his third wife, year-old Elisabeth of Valois by Proxy marriage in Paris.; January 15 – Elizabeth I of England is crowned, in Westminster Abbey.; February 27 – Queen Elizabeth I of England establishes the Church of England, with the Act of Uniformity and the Act of Supremacy The Oath of Supremacy is reinstated. Robert Dudley King Eric of Sweden Adolphus, Duke of Holstein King Charles IX The French were Catholic but did not have the same hostility to English Protestantism as Spain was. This was one of the more serious courtships of Elizabeth's reign. The negotiations dragged on for four years with Elizabeth never giving a.

Francis II (French: François II; 19 January – 5 December ) was King of France from to He was also King consort of Scotland as a result of his marriage to Mary, Queen of Scots, from until his death in He ascended the throne of France at age 15 after the accidental death of his father, Henry II, in His short reign was dominated by the first stirrings of. January – King Philip II of Spain marries his third wife, year-old Elisabeth of Valois. January 15 – Elizabeth I of England is crowned, in Westminster Abbey. February 27 – Queen Elizabeth I of England establishes the Church of England, with the Act of Uniformity and the Act of Supremacy The Oath of Supremacy is reinstated. Start studying Queen Elizabeth 1 ( - ) - A level History key dates / terms. (promised to give money and military aid to the French Protestants.) End of the French Civil war. Spanish-occupied Netherlands embargos English Cloth. This lasts for 1 year. Peace treaty of Troyes with France after the civil war. Mary. Events at home Events abroad. Elizabeth crowned queen Elizabeth’s Religious settlement Statute of Artificers Mary Queen of Scots flees to England Revolt of the Northern Earls Pope excommunicates Elizabeth from Catholic Church Ridolfi Plot