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    Comparing The Careers Of Lionel Cranfield, Earl Of Middlesex and George Villiers, Duke Of Buckingham Lionel Cranfield was an astute businessman who had made large sums of money for himself through his dealings in trade and as part of a syndicate that had won the custom forms. He was anxious to gain entry into royal service and had acted as Buckingham's financial adviser. The Council was determined to cut expenditure and made Cranfield Master of the Wardrobe. This department was costing £42000

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    kidnapped by the cardinal’s guards for information she contains.  They were successful in rescuing her, but then they see the landlord’s wife with the queen of Spain’s secret lover, the duke of Buckingham.  She gave him a gift of twelve diamond tags.  The cardinal finds out that the queen has given the duke of Buckingham the diamond tags, he asks the king to give a ball and demand her to wear the gift he gave her, the twelve diamond tags.  Milady is ordered by the cardinal to steal 2 diamond tags, from

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    Protestant Huguenots and Habsburg Spain. The Roman Catholic Church of France juxtaposed with the Church of England created a motivation for the Thirty Year’s War (1618–1648), which was one of the most destructive conflicts in European history. In May 1st, 1625: Charles I of England was married by proxy to the fifteen-year-old French princess Henrietta Mari, who was the daughter of Henry IV of France. In accordance with this marriage, a secret marriage treaty was created by Louis XIII of France, which

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    writings that his tutors, George Buchanan and Peter Young, assembled for him. James's education aroused in him literary ambitions rarely found in princes but which also tended to make him a pedant. Before James was 12 he had taken the government nominally into his own hands when the Earl of Morton was driven from the regency in 1578. For several years more, however, James remained the puppet of contending intriguers and faction leaders. After falling under the influence of the Duke of Lennox, a Roman

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