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Charles, second Cardinal of Lorraine (1525-1574)

Thomas Elkin Taylor

Charles, second Cardinal of Lorraine (1525-1574)

a biography

by Thomas Elkin Taylor

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Guise, Charles de, -- Cardinal de Lorraine, -- 1525-1574.

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    StatementThomas Elkin Taylor.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 626 leaves.
    Number of Pages626
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18242183M

    Iournal de Monsieur le cardinal duc de Richelieu: qu'il a faict durant le grand orage de la cour en l'année & Similarly to the Memoirs of the Queen Mother, this book is not a journal or diary of Cardinal Richelieu. Rather, it is a summary of the major court documents involving him.   Antoine de Bourbon and the Prince de Condé, got La Renaudie, a Protestant gentlemen of Périgord, to organize a plot to seize François de Guise and his brother, the second cardinal of Lorraine. The plot was violently suppressed when it was discovered in , it .

    Charles Henri of Lorraine (French pronunciation: [ʃaʁl ɑ̃ʁi pʁɛ̃s dy kɔmɛʁsi pʁɛ̃s dy vodemɔ̃]) (17 April – 14 January ) was the legitimated son of Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, and Béatrix de was given the Principality of Commercy in by his cousin Leopold, Duke of was also the Count of Falkenstein. Paris, Études sur Charles, Cardinal de Lorraine (Reims: L. Jacquet ). J.-J. Guillemin, Le Cardinal de Lorraine, son influence politique et réligeuse au XVI siècle (Paris: Joubert ). Thomas Elkin Taylor, Charles, Second Cardinal of Lorraine (): A Biography (dissertation: University of Virgina ).

    Charles of Lorraine (Laon, in Orléans) was the son of Louis IV of France and Gerberga of Saxony and younger brother of King Lothair. He was a sixth generation descendant of Charlemagne. Charles was excluded from the throne of France, and the German Emperor Otto II, . Requiem pour Claude de Lorraine by Pierre Cléreau (from about until Janu ) The second son of Claude, Charles, took the title of Cardinal of Lorraine. Charles and his elder brother Francis, the new Duke of.


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CHARLES (–), cardinal of Lorraine, French statesman, was the second son of Claude of Lorraine, duke of Guise, and brother of Francis, duke of Guise. He was archbishop of Reims inand cardinal in   Charles V (), Holy Roman Emperor, r.who led the campaign to hold the council. Paul III (Alessandro Farnese; ), Roman Catholic pope,who summoned the council.

Julius III (Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte; ), Roman Catholic pope,who convened the second session of the councilAuthor: Curt LeMay. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Francis II, king of France fromwho was dominated throughout his reign by the powerful Guise family. The eldest son of Henry II and Catherine de Médicis, Francis was married in April to Mary Stuart, queen of Scots and niece of François, duc de Guise, and of Charles, cardinal of Lorraine.

The factions had engaged in violence even before Charles's accession: in a group of Huguenot nobles at Amboise had planned to try to abduct King Francis II and arrest the Catholic leaders Francis, Duke of Guise, and his brother Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine.

The plot was found out ahead of time, and the Guises were prepared, executing Father: Henry II of France. Essays grouped by person begin the second part of the individuals covered are Claude, the first Duke of Guise, his brother Cardinal Francois, Claude's sons Duke Francois and Charles, second cardinal of Lorraine, and his grandson Henri.

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We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. Charles II or Charles the Bald, –77, emperor of the West (–77) and king of the West Franks (–77); son of Emperor Louis I Louis I or Louis the Pious, Fr. Louis le Pieux or Louis le Débonnaire, –, emperor of the West (–40), son and successor of Charlemagne.

He was crowned king of Aquitaine in and co-emperor with his father in Charles Januarius Edward Acton was an English cardinal born at Naples, 6 March ; died at Naples, 23 June Background He was the second son of Sir John Francis Acton, Baronet.

Shortly after the death of Charles IX, the cardinal appeared before his successor, Henry III, but died soon afterwards. Louis I de Lorraine. Cardinal of Guise, b. 21 Oct.,d. at Paris, 24 March,the brother of François de Guise and of the second cardinal of Lorraine.

The factions had engaged in violence even before Charles' accession: a group of Huguenot nobles at Amboise had tried to abduct King Francis II and arrest the Catholic leaders - Francis, Duke of Guise and his brother, the Cardinal of Lorraine, followed by cases of Protestant iconoclasm and Catholic reprisals.[2]Children: Charles de Valois, Duke of Angoulême.

MAYENNE, CHARLES OF LORRAINE, Duke of (–), second son of Francis of Lorraine, second duke of Guise, was born on the 26th of March He was absent from France at the time of the massacre of Saint Bartholomew, but took part in the siege of La Rochelle in the following year, when he was created duke and peer of France.

Charles IX or Charles Maximilian was born on Jat the royal ‘Chateau of Saint-Germain-en-Laye’ (around 19 kilometers from Paris), to King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.

The third son and the fifth child of the royal couple, he was designated as the duke of Angoulême since birth. Clement Algernon Charles Henniker-Heaton was born on 11 December 2 He was the son of Sir John Henniker-Heaton, 2nd Bt.

and Hon. Catherine Mary Sermonda Burrell. 3 He married Marjorie Speight, daughter of William E. Speight, on 11 July 1 He died on 4 October at age 73 at Henley, Oxfordshire, England. 1,2. Alessandro Farnese (5 October – 2 March ), an Italian cardinal and diplomat and a great collector and patron of the arts, was the grandson of Pope Paul III (who also bore the name Alessandro Farnese), and the son of Pier Luigi Farnese, Duke of Parma, who was murdered in He should not be confused with his nephew, Alessandro Farnese, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, grandson Parents: Pierluigi Farnese, Girolama Orsini.

Claude's second son, Francoise, became the 2nd Duc De Guise and had seven children. Claude's third son, Charles became the Cardinal of Lorraine (Claude's brother Jean was the First Cardinal).

Claude's next son Louis became the First Cardinal of Guise and the Bishop of Metz. Francoise's son HENRI, 3rd Duc De Guise, sired fourteen children. Charles IX (27 June – 30 May ) was a monarch of the House of Valois who ruled as King of France from until his death.

He ascended the throne of France upon the death of his brother Francis II. After decades of tension, war broke out between Protestants and Catholics after the massacre of Vassy in Inafter several unsuccessful peace attempts, Charles ordered the Preceded by: Francis II.

Nancy however annexed the arrondissement of Briey which remained French, and was detached from the Diocese of Metz (consistorial decrees of 10 and 14 July, ). Since the bishops of Nancy have borne the title of Bishops of Nancy and Toul, as the.

Catherine’s second great political crisis came with the premature death on December 5,of Francis II, whose royal authority the Guises had monopolized.

Catherine succeeded in obtaining the regency for Charles IX, with Antoine de Bourbon, king of Navarre and first prince of the blood, as lieutenant general, to whom the Protestants vainly looked for leadership. The discovery of a document, until now hidden in an obscure Protestant pamphlet, presented by Charles cardinal de Lorraine (–74) to the privy council in Augustunderpins recent work Author: Stuart Carroll.

Genealogy profile for Charles of France, Count of Valois. Charles of Valois. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Charles of Valois (Ma –Decem ) was the third son of Philip III of France and Isabella of Aragon.Buy a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Kindle Singles Newsstand Manage content and devices Advanced Search Please sign in to view this page There's a problem loading this menu right now.St.

Charles Borromeo — Archbishop of Milan, Cardinal-Priest of the Title of St. Prassede, Papal Secretary of State under Pius IV, and one of the chief factors in the Catholic Counter-Reformation — was born in the Castle of Arona, a town on the southern shore of the Lago Maggiore in northern Italy, 2 October, ; died at Milan, 3 November, His emblem is the word humilitas crowned.