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les were●, through which the religious orders had acqu■ired so much influence; and so far cont●ributed to the suppression of the mon■asteries within whose walls such a misera●ble deception had been con

cocted. CHAPTE●R II. HENRY VIII. SEPARATES ENGLAND F■ROM THE PAPACY. (Christmas 1533 to June 153●4.) The maid of Kent having been exec■uted, her parti

sans rallied round another ●woman, who represented the Romish syst■em in its highest features, as Elizabeth ■Barton had represented it in its more v●ulgar phase. After the nun came the queen. ■ =QUEEN CATHERINE'S FIRMNESS.= Catherine had● always claimed the honors due to● the Queen of England, and her attendants ■yielded them to her. 'We made ●oath to her as queen,' they said, 'and the ●king cannot discharge our consciences.' When●ever Lord M

ountjoy, royal co●mmissioner to the daughter of Ferdinand

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and● Isabella, called her 'princess,' she ra■ised her head haughtily and said to him: 'You■ shall answer {19} for this b■efore God.'[36] 'Ah!' exclaimed Moun●tjoy, fretted by the vexations of his office, '●I would a thousand times rather

serve the ●king in the most dangerous cause!' Mary having■ also received an injunction to drop● her title of princess, made answer: 'I shall● believe no such order, unle●ss I see his Majesty's signature.' The mos■t notable partisans of Roman catholicism, a●nd even the am

bassador of Char●les V., paid the queen frequent visits. H■enry became uneasy, and shortly before Ch●ristmas 1533 he took measures to remove her fro■m her friends. Catherine opposed everything. Suf■folk wrote to the king: 'I have neve●r seen such an obstinate woman.' But there ■wa

s a man quite as obstinate■, and that was Henry. His mos

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