LIFE OF LORD CHANCELLOR GOODRICH.
Views of Northumberland, 45. Goodrich, Bishop of Ely, Lord Keeper, 45. His
Origin and Rise, 45. Made Lord Chancellor, 46. Commission to hear Causes in
Chancery, 46. Warrant for the Execution of Somerset, 46. A Parliament,
46. Unconstitutional Writs for the New Parliament, 46. Meeting of the
Parliament at Whitehall, 46. Parliament dissolved by Chancellor, 47. Illness
of Edward VI., 47. Plan to change the Succession, 47, Edward's Will in favour
or Lady Jane Grey, 48. Conduct of the Chancellor, 48. Opinion of Judges, 48.
Plan declared illegal, 48. Meeting of Judges before the King, 49. The Judges
yield, 49. Instrument under Great Seal appointing Lady Jane Grey to succeed,
49. Death of Edward VI., 50. Accession of Queen Jane, 50. Goodrich her
Chancellor, 50 Reign of Queen Jane, 51. Proceedings of the Princess Mary, 51.
Mary supported by the People, 51 Goodrich delivers up Great Seal, 51. Queen
Mary proclaimed, 52. Great Seal carried to Queen MJiry, 52. End of Reign of
Queen Jane, 52. Retirement of Ex-chancellor Goodrich, 52. His Death, 52. Re-
formation established, 52. Changes in Criminal Law, 52. Propensities of the
Lords Spiritual and Temporal in the Reign of Edward VI., 53. Proclamations
53. Administration of Justice, 53.
LIFE OF STEPHEN GARDYNER, LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND, FROM HIS BIRTH TO
THE END OF THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII.
Stephen Gardiner, Chancellor, 53. His Extraction, 54. His Education. 54. In
Service of Cardinal Wolsey, 54. Intimacy with the King, 54 King's Divorce
Cause, 54. Retained as Counsel for the King in the Divorce Cause, 55. Is made
Secretary of State, 56. Acknowledges the King's Supremacy, 56. Opposes the
Reformation, 56. '/Six Articles," 58. Gardyner's anxiety about Henry's Mar-
riage. 57. Queen Catherine Howard, 57. King announces his Marriage with
Catherine Par, 57. Gardyner marries them, 58. Intrigues against Cranmer, 58.
Conduct of Gardyner to Archbishop Cranmer, 59. Gardyner's Attempt against
Queen Catherine Par, 59. Gardyner in disgrace, 59. His Opposition to the
Translation and Circulation of the Scriptures, 60. Interview with Henry VIII. at
.Windsor, 60. King's Refusal to name him as Executor in his Will, 61. On the
Accession of Edward VI. Gardyner opposes the Reformation, 61. Committed to
the Fleet, 62. His Fortitude, 62. Progress of Reformation, 62. Proceedings
against Gardyner, 63. Gardyner is brought to Trial, 63. Kept close Prisoner in
■Tower, 63. Mary's triumphal Procession to the Tower, 61. State Prisoners in the
Tower, 64. Gardyner released, is made Lord Chancellor and Prime Minister, 64.
LIFE OF LORD CHANCELLOR GARDYNER, FROM THE ACCESSION OF QUEEN MARY.
Good Measures of new Reign, 65. Quean crowned by Lord Chancellor, 65. His
Policy, 65. Roman Catholic Bishops restored, 66. Chancellor's Speech at Open-
ing of Parliament, 66. Proceedings in Parliament, 66 Persecution of Judge
Hales, 67. His Dialogue with the Lord Chancellor, 67. Judge Hales committed
to Prison by Chancellor, 68. Suicide of Judge Hales, 69. Execution of Lady
Jane Grey and her Husband, 69. Gardyner's cruel Administration, 69. Mary's
Marriage, 69. Chancellor's Speech to Parliament, 70. Arrival of Philip of Spain,
70. Reconciliation with Rome, 71. Chancellor's Speech, introducing Cardinal
Pole, 71. England reconciled to Rome, 72. Lord Chancellor Gardyner preaches
at Paul's Cross, 72. Estimate of his past Conduct, 72, His Plan of extinguishing
Lutheranism in England by Persecution, 72. New Court for Trial of Heretics, 73*
Bishop Hooper and others tried before the Chancellor, and sentenced to the