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A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)

Leader of the Romanist party in France


Canisius, Peter, a Jesuit, 557 _ff._, 591, 595, 605 _f._

Canon Law in the Elizabethan Church, 417 _f._

Canus, Alexandre, Reformed preacher in Geneva, 79.

Cany, Madame de, 158.

Capistrano, John of, a revival preacher in the Abruzzi, 502.

Capito, Wolfgang, 38, 43, 64 _n._, 453, 456.

Capucins, a reformation of the Franciscans, 507 _f._

Caraffa, Giovanni Pietro, Cardinal and later Pope Paul IV., member of the _Oratory of Divine Love_, 505; the _Theatines_, 509 _f._; character and training, 515; an Inquisitor, 601; his conduct as Pope, 585 _f._; 510, 545.

Carlyle, Thomas, on the Thirty Years' War, 2.

Caroli, Pierre, accuses Calvin of heresy, 116.

Carvajal, Juan de, Cardinal, 497.

_Cassel, Confession of_, 3, 4 _n._

Castellio, Sebastian, 130.

_Catechism, The Racovian_, 473, 477.

_Catechism of the Brethren, The_, 433.

Catechisms of the Reformed Church, the _Heidelberg_, 3, 4 _n._, 306; Calvin's, 113, 306; Craig's,

306.

Catharine of Aragon, 321 _ff._, 324, 330, 342, 388.

Catherine de' Medici, wife of Henry II. of France, begins to reign, 178; her children, 179 _n._; and ladies' side-saddle, 180 _n._; at Poissy, 186 _ff._; leader of the Romanist party in France, 192; matrimonial policy, 196; dies, 214; 173, 177, 180, 195, 211, 313.

_Cas communes_ and _cas privilegies_, 162.

Cauvin, Gerard, father of Calvin, 92 _ff._; 95.

Cecil, Sir William, afterwards Lord Burghley, 19, 292, 295, 297 _ff._, 311 _f._, 386 _f._, 396.

_Ceremonies of Bern The_, 118 _ff._

Cervini, Marcello, Cardinal de Santa Croce, Legate at the Council of Trent, 566, 568 _ff._

Chablais, District of, 117.

Chambery, 65.

_Chambre Ardente, The_, 162, 169, 290.

Chandieu, Antoine de, minister at Paris, 167.

Chapuis, Jean, Romanist in Geneva, 86.

Chapuys, Eustace, Ambassador of Charles V. in England, 330, 369.

Charles V., Emperor of Germany, disapproved of the Bern _Disputation_, 41; how he inherited the Netherlands, 225; consolidates the Netherlands, 226 _ff._; establishes the Inquisition there, 229; increasing severity towards Protestants, 231; Lutherans among his family, 233; abdicates at Brussels, 240; and Philip II., 240 _f._; persuaded that Protestants and Romanists may be re-united, 518, 523, 567; 225, 327, 358, 368 _f._, 371, 377, 496 _f._, 581.

Charles IX., King of France, 178, 186, 196, 198, 203 _f._

"Charles X.," the League King of France. See _Bourbon_.


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