Henry VIII to his ambassadors at the Diet of Ratisbon, 17 June 1541

deciphered and edited by Christine J. Black & C.E. Challis. by Great Britain Sovereigns, etc. 1509-1547 (Henry VIII)

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ContributionsBlack, Christine J., Challis, C. E.
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Pagination12 p., 13-24 p. of col. facsims., 25-32 p. :
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  Shaken by the journey, which he had performed entirely on horseback, he was attacked with fever, and died at Ratisbon, on the 15th of November (N.S.), , in the fifty-ninth year of his age. 0 rating rating ratings1/5. His earliest book, a Commentary on the De Clementia of Seneca, shows how wide and minute was his knowledge of the Greek and Latin classical authors. Like Erasmus, he does not seem to have been much influenced by the mystical combination of Platonism and Christianity which entranced the Christian Humanists of Italy and filled the minds of the. Setting: After the Battle of Ratisbon, led by Napoleon I (French) and Archduke Charles (Austria). This battle was part of the Napoleonic Wars. “Incident of the French Camp” is one of Browning. Ratisbon. 23 April, The Napoleonic Guide's Suggested Tours Danube Campaign Battles Map. Pursuing the Austrians after the victory at Eckmuhl, Napoleon Bonaparte found the garrisoned old city at Ratisbon was a defensive shield for .

Seated on a majestic throne, Louis XIV, dressed in the antique style, is surrounded by allegories: Glory with many putti in a halo of light; and by his sides are Public Happiness and Victory. Details Title: Allegory on the glory of Louis XIV, allusion to the . This manuscript forms the first volume of a Latin Bible formerly in the possession of the Dominican Order at Ratisbon (now Regensburg). It comprises several books of the Old Testament as well as interpretations of biblical terms. The manuscript contains unusual miniatures by the noted German Renaissance painter Berthold Furtmeyr (active –). By just his horse's mane, a boy: You hardly could suspect(So tight he kept his lips compressed, Scarce any blood came through) You looked twice ere you saw his breast Was all but shot in two. IV. ``Well,'' cried he, ``Emperor, by God's grace ``We've got you Ratisbon! ``The Marshal's in the market-place, ``And you'll be there anon. Regensburg: Ratisbon: Germany's mediaeval miracle [FaÌ rber, Sigfrid] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Regensburg: Ratisbon: Germany's mediaeval miracleAuthor: Sigfrid FaÌ rber.

Regensburg (rā`gənsbo͝orkh), city ( pop. ,), Bavaria, SE Germany, a port at the confluence of the Danube (Donau) and Regen rivers. In English it is known as Ratisbon. Servant of God Berthold of Ratisbon’s Story. Born in Germany about the year , Berthold of Ratisbon entered the recently founded Franciscan Order at a very early age. He was pious and led a most austere life, and was mentored by the famous teacher, David of Augsburg. David recognized and encouraged Berthold’s gift of : Fr. Don Miller, OFM.   "Lehi was evidently the first-born of Manasseh; for he followed the patriarchal pattern[,]" wrote Ross LeBaron about the Book of Mormon patriarch. "His youngest son held the right of the first-born (evidently of the tribe of Manasseh). Lehi was patriarch to a new world, Jacob priest, and Nephi King." A Mormon Fundamentalist, Margarito Bautista had. A city important to Protestant history is Regensburg, also known as Ratisbon. It is one of the oldest German cities and a cultural center with historic monuments dating back to Celtic times. It was an important Roman outpost known as Castra Regina.

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Get this from a library. Henry VIII to his ambassadors at the Diet of Ratisbon, 17 June. [Christine J Black; C E Challis; England and Wales. Sovereign ( Henry VIII)]. Background. Delegates from the various factions had met at Haguenau in and at Worms in January but the latter session of the Imperial Diet was adjourned by the Emperor Charles V as the Diet was preparing to meet at Regensburg.

The subject for debate was to be the Augsburg Confession, the primary doctrinal statement of the Protestant movement, and the Apology of. DISCOVER YOUR NEXT TREASURES. ratisbon’s helps you find treasures you will love. We offer exciting premium items in our regular online auctions and shop updates, with fresh catalogues every month providing a unique selection of antiques.

Über Lose, die in über 50 Jahren mit großer Sammelleidenschaft zusammengetragen wurden. Henry VIII: July; Henry VIII: Julyand likewise tell him Francis has letters from his ambassadors at Ratisbon that the states of the Empire have consented to give the Empe foot and 2, horse to go against the Turk in Hungary, deducting the proportion which the Emperor and his brother should furnish for.

The negotiations at the Diet of Ratisbon in resulted in the Ratisbon Interim, which went very far towards meeting the wishes of the Protestants, but yet did not find approval with the Protestant princes. The efforts of the zealous Georg Marschalk of Pappenheim () and David Kölderer of Burgstall () met with especially.

Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Vol Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, w. 3 June. 17 May, to the King's coffers by Ant. Denny, of the Privy Chamber, 10, mks., w.

17 May. 9 April a o 31°, to Edw The Diet of Ratisbon. Opening address of the Emperor to. He is of Henry's order, and if restored to his former influence will have better regard to the entertainment of the amity than has been of late, and will not suffer his master to be 17 June 1541 book into practices to his own detriment.

Draft, p. Endd.: Minute to the Lord Wm. Hawarde, 26 Jan. 26 Jan. Wallop to Henry VIII. P., viii. The Battle of Ratisbon, also called the Battle of Regensburg, was fought on 23 Aprilduring the Napoleonic Wars, between the army of the First French Empire, led by Napoleon I, and that of the Austrian Empire, led by Archduke of the last engagement of the Bavaria phase of the campaign ofthe brief defense of the city and installation of a pontoon bridge to Location: Regensburg, Principality of Regensburg.

Diet of Regensburg may refer any of the sessions of the Imperial Diet, Imperial States, or the prince-electors of the Holy Roman Empire which took place in the Imperial City of Regensburg (Ratisbon), now in Germany. An incomplete lists of Diets of Regensburg (Ratisbon) includes: Diet of Regensburg () Diet of Regensburg (), where bishop Giovanni Castiglione.

The Attempted Compromise of Ratisbon James Buchanan. Editor's Note: At Ratisbon in it appeared that the Roman party came very close to accepting the Protestant positions. They were even willing to adopt the Reformation slogan of justification by faith alone.

But the concession was only in form, not in substance. Regensburg (US: / ˈ r eɪ ɡ ən z b ɜːr ɡ, ˈ r eɪ ɡ ən s b ʊər k /, German: [ˈʁeːɡn̩sbʊɐ̯k] (); older English: Ratisbon / ˈ r æ t ɪ s b ɒ n /; Bavarian: Rengschburg or Rengschburch) is a city in south-east Germany, at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers.

With more thaninhabitants, Regensburg is the fourth-largest city in the State of Bavaria Country: Germany. Rome and the Reformers "almost" got back together.

On this day, ApEmperor Charles V convened a conference at Ratisbon (Regensberg) to discuss reunification of the western his opening statement, Charles said that he realized that religious differences had torn Europe apart and had allowed the Turks to drive almost into Germany.

Ratisbon: see Regensburg Regensburg, city ( pop. ,), Bavaria, SE Germany, a port at the confluence of the Danube (Donau) and Regen rivers. In English it is known as Ratisbon. The city is a commercial, industrial, and transportation center; its manufactures include electronics, wood products.

Click the link for more information. 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.

It was only on that Dalberg received the papal consent to the exercise of archiepiscopal power (). Although Dalberg, in his desire to save his precarious sovereignty, accepted Cardinal Fesch, Napoleon's uncle, as coadjutor, he was compelled to surrender the secular territory of the Diocese of Ratisbon to Bavaria inwhereupon.

Other articles where Diets of Regensburg is discussed: Otakar II: Carinthia by the Diet of Regensburg (), then placed under the ban of the empire (June ). Finally Rudolf invaded Austria and forced him to renounce all his territories save Bohemia and Moravia (Treaty of Vienna, November ).

Two years later, in an attempt to reassert his rights, Otakar marched. Bill Mounce blogs on spiritual formation and on Greek at the President's page to see his availability to speak at your church or ministry.

NE Everett St Camas, WA () 1 His body was brought to Ratisbon, and deposited in St. Emmeran’s church. His name was enrolled among the saints by Leo IX. inupon the testimony of many miracles, and his relics enshrined by order of the same pope.

See his life written by a disciple in Mabillon, Sæc. Ben. ; Hundius, Hist. Eccl. Metrop. Salzburgens. Aventin. Ann. BOOK VIII. While appearances of danger daily increased, and the tempest which had been so long a gathering was ready to break forth in all its violence against the protestant church, Luther was saved, by a seasonable death, from feeling or beholding its destructive rage.

Having gone, though in a declining state of health, and during a rigorous season, Death of Luther. to. Full text of "State papers, published under the authority of His Majesty's Henry the Eighth" See other formats. It was only in that Dalberg received the papal consent to the exercise of archiepiscopal power ().

Although Dalberg, in his desire to save his precarious sovereignty, accepted Cardinal Fesch, Napoleon’s uncle, as coadjutor, he was compelled to surrender the secular territory of the Diocese of Ratisbon to Bavaria inwhereupon. Our Lady of Ratisbon.

On JanuMonsieur de Bussiere saw Alphonse walking along the street and invited him into his carriage. They stopped at Saint Andrea delle Fratee because the Baron wished to see a priest there. In order to kill time, Rathisbonne entered the church. He was not very much impressed and was walking around rather.

Wolfgang, Saint, Bishop of Ratisbon (), b. about ; d. at the village of Pupping in Upper Austria, Octo The name Wolfgang is of early German origin. Wolfgang was one of the three brilliant stars of the tenth century, St. Ulrich, St.

Conrad, and St. Wolfgang, which illuminated the early medieval period of Germany with the undying splendor of their acts and. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Ratisbon Aug. 22, ) was probably the first rabbi to write in German. His successor appears to have been R.

Weil, who was succeeded by Sonnentheil and the teacher Dr. Schlenker. From to the rabbinate was occupied by Dr. Löwenmeyer of Sulzburg, who was followed in Jan.,by Dr. Seligmann Meyer, the editor of the "Deutsche. As the ambassadors of France and England at the court of Charles V.

supported the Diet of Schmalkald in its attitude of resistance to the papal offer, Vergerio saw that he could effect nothing, and was recalled at his own request to Rome, where Charles V. on his return from his expedition to Tunis happened to be; and the result of the. RELIGIOUS WAR IN GERMANY.

Charles V achieved a masterpiece of unscrupulous statecraft when he extricated himself from his war with France and left his English ally entangled in its toils. Cogent military reasons for the peace concluded at Crépy could doubtless be alleged; the position of the imperial army in the heart of France was more.

Ratisbon Aug. 22, ) was probably the first rabbi to write in German. His successor appears to have been R. Weil, who was succeeded by Sonnentheil and the teacher Dr. Schlenker. From to the rabbinate was occupied by Dr. Lö wenmeyer of Sulzburg, who was followed in Jan.,by Dr.

Seligmann Meyer, the editor of the "Deutsche. Erhard of Ratisbon, Saint, bishop of that city in the seventh century, probably identical with an Abbot Erhard of Ebersheimmünster mentioned in a Merovingian diploma of Ancient documents call him also Erard and Herhard.

The legendary account of his life offers little that is historically certain. The following, however, seems reliable. Ratisbon documents, however, mention only the raising of Wolfgang, not that of Erhard. At the close of the eleventh century, Paul von Bernried, a monk of Fulda, at the suggestion of Abbess Heilika of Niedermunster, wrote a life of Erhard and added a second book .June – August is the busiest season for tourism in Ratisbon, so lodging and other accommodations may cost more than usual.

Fall (September through November) Fall daily highs range from °F (°C) and °F (°C), which will feel chilly given the humidity and wind.- Albert Pike, founder of the Klu Klux Klan, publishes his page book "Morals and Dogma", intended only for Masonic eyes.

He indicates that those in the lower ranks of Masonry are deliberately deceived by their superiors: "The Blue degrees [the first three degrees of the 32] are but the outer court or portico of the Temple.