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The life of Cardinal Reginald Pole
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|Statement||and now first translated into English. With notes critical and historical. To which is added, an appendix setting forth the plagiarisms, false translations, and false grammar in Thomas Phillips"s History of the life of Reginald Pole, by the Reverend Benjamin Pye.|
|Contributions||Pye, Benjamin, Bathurst, Charles (bookplate)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 255,  p.|
|Number of Pages||255|
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The Life of Cardinal Reginald Pole Paperback – Septem by Lodovico Beccadelli (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Lodovico Beccadelli. Reginald Pole, (born March 3,Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, Eng.—died Nov.
17,London), English prelate who broke with King Henry VIII over Henry’s antipapal policies and later became a cardinal and a powerful figure in the government of the Roman Catholic queen Mary Tudor.
His father, Sir Richard Pole, was a cousin of King Henry VII, and his mother, Margaret, countess of. REGINALD POLE (), cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, was son — probably the third — of Sir Richard Pole (d.
), by his wife Margaret, who was of the blood royal [see Pole, Margaret].Born in March at Stourton Castle in Staffordshire, he was carefully brought up by his mother, and then spent five years at the school of the Charterhouse at Sheen.
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Read the essential details about Reginald Pole, Archbishop of Canterbury that includes images, quotations and the main facts of his life. Key Stage 3 History. GCSE History. England the Early Tudors (A/S) England the Later Tudors (A/2).
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plus Pages: Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beccadelli, Lodovico, Life of Cardinal Reginald Pole. London, Printed and. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This was the first full-length biography in ninety years of Reginald Pole (), one of the most important international figures of the sixteenth century, and the first ever to give equal attention to all phases of his career.
It was based on painstaking and extensive archival research, above all in Italy and among the archives of the Inquisition. The Life of Cardinal Reginald Pole: Lodovico Beccadelli, Benjamin Pye: Books - or: Lodovico Beccadelli, Benjamin Pye.
Pole, Reginald (–58). Cardinal and archbishop of was a younger son of Margaret, countess of Salisbury, daughter of George, duke of Clarence: he was therefore of the blood royal and his mother was governess and companion of Princess ed from the beginning for the church, he spent –7 on the continent in study.
The seditious and blasphemous oration of Cardinal Pole both against god [and] his cou[n]try: which he directid to themperour in his booke intytuled the defence of the eclesiastical vnitye, mouing the emperour therin to seke the destruction of England and all those whiche had.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The life of Cardinal Reginald Pole by Benjamin Pye, Lodovico Beccadelli, Charles Bathurst; 1 edition; First published in Queen Mary I and Reginald Pole, RIP Hopes for the Catholic revival in England ended on Novemwhen Mary I and Reginald Cardinal Pole, the Archbishop of Canterbury both died.
The National Catholic Register has posted my comments on how Catholics should respond to the history of her reign--particularly the burning of Protestants and. Sources. An early life of Pole was written by his secretary BECCATELLI.
It may be found printed in QUIRINI'S great collection, Epistola Reginaldi Poli et aliorum ad se (5 vols., Brescia, ); upon these materials was founded the History of the Life of Reginald Pole by PHILIPPS (Oxford, ), which still retains its value.
A more modern biography is that of "MARTIN HAILE" (Miss Mary. Cardinal, b. at Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, England, in March, ; d. at Lambeth Palace, 17 Nov., ; third son of Sir Richard Pole, Knight of the Garter, and Margaret, daughter of George, Duke of Clarence, brother of Edward IV.
From the beginning of his reign Henry VIII recognized him as a near kinsman and showed him special favour, while in he created his widowed mother Countess.
Seeing Pole properly means seeing him as a leading Catholic reformer and a European humanist. Yet Reginald Pole was also a great Englishman of the sixteenth century, known abroad as the "Cardinal of England." He played his part in European life by carrying on a great English tradition.
Early life . Pole was born at Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, on 12 Marchthe third son of Sir Richard Pole and Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of was named after the now Blessed Reginald of Orleans, O.P. His maternal grandparents were George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence, and Isabella Neville, Duchess of Clarence; thus he was a great-nephew of kings Edward IV and.
Prince of York Reginald Pole, a Plantagent Prince, destined to become a cardinal and enrage King Henry VIII. It was refreshing seeing Reginald as a man trying his best to be humble, pious, and studious. What a match he would have made for Queen Mary/5. The greatest contribution of this book are the chapters dealing with Mary’s lifelong dream to return England to the bosom of the Catholic Church.
There were many practical and complicated matters to resolve for which there really were no permanent solutions. In this battle, Mary worked with her cousin, the Papal Legate Cardinal Reginald Pole. Edward Stone, Remarks upon the History of the Life of Reginald Pole (Oxford: W.
Jackson ). Gloucester Ridley, A Review of Mr. Phillips' History of the life of Reginald Pole (London: J. Whiston, ). Timothy Neve, Animadversions upon Mr. Phillips' History of the life of Cardinal Reginald Pole (Oxford: Clarendon, ).
Reginald Pole did not die in a blaze of glory. God had yet in store for him the greatest trial of his life—the final test by which his beautiful soul was tried and perfected and released.
We are not called upon to understand, much less explain, why these inexplicable events were allowed to take place. An early life of Pole was written by his secretary Beccatelli. It may be found printed in Quirini's great collection, Epistola Reginaldi Poli et aliorum ad se (5 vols., Brescia, ); upon these materials was founded the History of the Life of Reginald Pole by.
Cardinal Gasparo Contarini suggested that Reginald lighten the tone of the missive, but Pole retorted that flattery and compromise were what had brought them to this point. Reginald vehemently refused to ease his stance on Anne Boleyn (Pole insisted he would be dishonoring Henry by supporting the marriage) or the legalized murders of Fisher and.
Found when looking for something else*: a presentation on Reginald Cardinal Pole's works published for the Council of Trent by the Aldine Press in De Concilio liber and Reformatio Angliae. Reginald Cardinal Pole, the last Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, was dead of course (+11/27/) when Pope Pius IV convened the last session of Council of Trent.
Reginald Pole: Prince and Prophet will appeal to the historian of the mid-sixteenth century with a particular interest in Pole's exact involvement in the life of middle-European and English politics.' Albion "Reginald Pole: Prince and Prophet is an important book and will remain essential reading for students of sixteenth- century 4/5(2).
This is not a biography of Pole in the normal sense, but rather a study of the cardinal’s various writings and re-writings, which Mayer discusses, contextualises and uses to tease out the tensions in Pole’s personal and political life.
Mayer emphasises Pole’s concern to create personae (in the literal sense Reviews Parergon ( Author: Paul E. Hammer. unitate was to be read in part as a political tract. 6 Pole Wrst identi Wed his compe-reginald pole  5 Of earlier interpretations of De unitate,only a few go beyond reportage.
About the best previous reading is Breifne‘Cardinal Reginald Pole,papal primacy and. Angelic Cardinal Reginald Pole - C. Antony To make peace between these monarchs had been one of the great endeavors of Pole's life, and it was indeed part of his legatine commission.
there was published with the sanction of the Legate, and of Convocation, a prayer book for general use in the realm. It was called: "an uniforme and. Entry for 'Reginald Pole' - The Catholic Encyclopedia - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this encyclopedia is one of the most comprehensive resource on Catholic teaching, history, and information.
Pole, REGINALD, cardinal, b. at Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, England, in March, ; d. at Lambeth Palace, Novem ; third son of Sir Richard Pole, Knight of the Garter, and Margaret, daughter of George, Duke of Clarence, brother of Edward the beginning of his reign Henry VIII recognized him as a near kinsman and showed him special favor, while in he created his.
Reginald Pole. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. REGINALD POLE (), English cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, born at Stourton Castle, Staffordshire, was the third son of Sir Richard Pole, Knight of the Garter, and Margaret, countess of Salisbury, a daughter of George, duke of Clarence, and therefore niece of Edward IV.
He was intended for the church from his youth; and when seven years old was sent for five years to the grammar. Cardinal Pole and his Manuscripts L&P J. Brewer, James Gairdner and R. Brodie, eds., Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic of the Reign of Henry VIII, twenty-nine vols.
(London: HMSO, ). Lutz Heinrich Lutz, ed., Nuntiaturberichte aus Deutschland. Erste Abteilung15, Friedenslegation des Reginald Pole zu Kaiser. Early life. He was fourth son of Sir Richard Pole (d.
), by his wife Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury, and the younger brother of Henry Pole, 1st Baron Montagu and of Cardinal Reginald was one of the knights made by Henry VIII at York Place in Soon afterwards, or before 9 Julyhe married Constance Pakenham, the elder of the two daughters and co-heirs of Sir Parent(s): Sir Richard Pole, Margaret Pole, 8th Countess.
According to Pietro Carnesecchi, Cardinal Reginald Pole (–58) was ‘considered a Lutheran in Rome, in Germany a papist, in the court of Flanders French, and in that of France, Imperial’. These words by one of Pole’s Italian friends are an apt epitaph for the English : Gonzalo Velasco Berenguer.
Cardinal Reginald Pole, by Willem van de Passe Reginald Pole was the third son of Countess Margaret Pole – one of the few surviving members of the Plantagenet dynasty after the War of the Roses, and one of only two women in 16th-century England to be a peer in her own right (the other was Anne Boleyn).
Another possible suitor was brought from Italy to assist with Mary’s counter-reformation. Cardinal Reginald Pole was another distant cousin of Mary’s on the York side of the family. His mother, Margaret Pole Countess of Salisbury, had been Mary’s governess and a.
This is the first biography in ninety years of Reginald Pole (SH), one of the most important international figures of the sixteenth century. Pole's career is followed as protg and then harshest critic of Henry VIII, as cardinal and papal diplomat, legate of Viterbo, a nearly Author: Thomas F.
Mayer.Cardinal Reginald Pole – Margaret’s most famous son. Susan Higginbotham has undertaken an incredible amount of research for this book, an endeavour which shines through on every page. The author has reconstructed Margaret Pole’s life and death, using every primary source available.
An early life of Pole was written by his secretary BECCATELLI. It may be found printed in QUIRINI'S great collection, Epistola Reginaldi Poli et aliorum ad se (5 vols., Brescia, ); upon these materials was founded the History of the Life of Reginald Pole by PHILIPPS (Oxford, ), which.