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  • Author:
    Francis Walsingham
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    0859672875
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    978-0859672870
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    Scolar Press (February 1976)
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    552 pages
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Wherein is related how first he fell into his doubts, and how, for final resolution thereof, he repaired unto his Majesty, who remitted him to the L. of Canterbury, and he to other learned men ; and what the issue was of all those Conferences. Forming a thick volume, crown 8vo, 8. 1826-2001 tarihleri arasında, 29 kitapta geçiyor.

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Walsingham came from a family that held a number of minor offices at court

Encyclopædia Britannica. Sir Francis Walsingham, (born c. 1532, Kent, England-died April 6, 1590, London), English statesman and diplomat who was the principal secretary (1573–90) to Queen Elizabeth I and became legendary for creating a highly effective intelligence network. He successfully thwarted England’s foreign enemies and exposed domestic plotters who sought to unseat Elizabeth and return a Roman Catholic monarch to the throne. Walsingham came from a family that held a number of minor offices at court. His father, a lawyer, died when Walsingham was about two years old.

By Francis Walsingham.

Sir Francis Walsingham was principal secretary to Queen Elizabeth I of England from 20 December 1573 .

Sir Francis Walsingham was principal secretary to Queen Elizabeth I of England from 20 December 1573 until his death and is popularly remembered as her "spymaster". VVherein is related, how first he fell into his doubts (1615). early history of religion ) Early history of religion.

Francis Walsingham made use of his young relative as early as October 1580, when he appointed him . Walsingham appreciated the dedication, and the introduction, with Marlowe becoming a frequent house-guest at Scadbury.

Francis Walsingham made use of his young relative as early as October 1580, when he appointed him as one of the trusted couriers between the English court and the queen's ambassador in France.

131 Leatherbarrow, J. Stanley, The Lancashire Elizabethan Recusants (Chetham Society Publications, Vol. 110, .

89 Ollard, S. L. and Crosse, Gordon, A Dictionary of English Church History (London, 1919), p. 525. See Shoemaker (see n. 51), p. 11. According to SirMatthew, Tobie, Andrewes, Lancelot early in the seventeenth century spoke of ‘the English Protestant Catholic Church’. 131 Leatherbarrow, J. Manchester, 1947), p. 70–71. 132 This story is repeated by Fuller,, Heylyn, Peter (Cosmographia, London, 1652, Bk.

Alan Haynes, Walsingham: Elizabethan Spymaster & Statesman (Alan Haynes is a prolific writer for seventeenth - century history.

Martin Andrew Sharp Hume, The great Lord Burghley : a study in Elizabethan statecraft, ww. rchive. Edward Nares, Memoirs of the life and administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, lord Burghley. Alan Haynes, Walsingham: Elizabethan Spymaster & Statesman (Alan Haynes is a prolific writer for seventeenth - century history. A member of the Historical Society).