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1073, p. 679. 5 CSP Span. , 1531–3, no. 1100, p. 739. 6 CSP Span. , 1531–3, nos 1123–4, pp. 788–9. 7 CSP Span. , 1531–3, no. 1130, p. 811; no. 1154, p. 865; LP 6, no. 1572, pp. 637–8. 8 CSP Span. , 1531–3, no. 1144, pp. 839–41. 9 CSP Span. , 1531–3, no. 1153, pp. 859, 864. 10 CSP Span. , 1531–3, no. 1149, p. 854; no. 1157, pp. 870–71; CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. seventy five, p. 219. 11 LP 7, App. eight, nos 11–13, pp. 630–34; CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 26, p. eighty three; no. 31, p. ninety five; no. 211. 12 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. forty five, pp. one hundred twenty five, 129–31. 13 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 10, p. 33; no. 60, pp. 169–72. 14 Catherine’s refusal: LP 7, no. 786. Catherine’s letter: seasoned SP 1/85, fol. 157 = LP 7, no. 1126. An English translation is outlined in T. Hearne, Sylloge epistolarum, a variis Angliae scriptarum … (Oxford, 1716), pp. 107–8. 15 Hall tells us that Catherine may possibly communicate French – corridor, p. 756. For Butts, see LP 7, no. 1129. 16 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. ninety, p. 264; J. A. Froude, (ed. ), The Pilgrim: A discussion of the existence and activities of King Henry VIII, through W. Thomas, Clerk of the Council to Edward VI (London, 1861), pp. 100–103. 17 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 102. 18 CSP Span. , 1534–5, nos 139, 142–6; no. a hundred and fifty p. 437; no. 156, p. 454; no. 178, p. 500. 19 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. one hundred sixty five, pp. 468–9. 20 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 122, p. 355; no. one hundred seventy, p. 484. 21 CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 239. 22 CSP Ven. five, no. fifty four, p. 27; CSP Span. ,1534–5, no. 174, p. 493. 23 LP eight, nos 554, 557, 561, 591, 712, 726, 793, 823, 837, 846, 891, 909, 985 (pp. 389–90). 24. LP nine, nos 378, 571; CSP Span. , 1534–5, no. 229, pp. 569–71. For Henry’s forebodings, see be aware 27 under. 25 CSP Span. , 1536–8, no. nine, pp. 11–12, 19. 26 Hall, p. 818; CSP Span. , 1536–8, no. 21, p. 39; Wriothesley 1, p. 33. 27 CSP Span. , 1536–8, no. thirteen, p. 28. 28 R. Warnicke, the increase and Fall of Anne Boleyn (Cambridge, 1989); G. R. Elton, England below the Tudors (London, 2001), p. 494 (36). 29 LP 10, no. 283; CSP Span. , 1536–8, no. 21, pp. 39–40. 30 See specially, yet not just, E. Ives, The lifestyles and loss of life of Anne Boleyn (Oxford, 2004), half four. eight within the Line of responsibility Like so much conspiracy theories, this one attracts on numerous assets. the 1st has been famous within the earlier bankruptcy – Anne instructed Cromwell to his face that she wish to see his head off. accordingly Cromwell and Anne are meant to were at each one other’s throats. those pleasantries, despite the fact that, don't have anything to do with Anne’s fall or the occasions major as much as it. They have been uttered in June 1535, approximately a 12 months ahead of her arrest, and through the intervening interval the most reason behind Anne’s anger had disappeared with Catherine’s dying. in addition to, Cromwell was once no longer really anxious approximately Anne, and he had shrugged the incident off. it will need to be proved that she nonetheless sought after his head off a yr later, and in addition that whatever beautiful devastating had happened to show Cromwell’s unconcern into lethal hatred. the second one piece of proof comes from an account of Anne’s lifestyles written twenty-three years after her loss of life by way of Alexander Alesius, a Scots Protestant divine, for Queen Elizabeth I in 1559. From this it's alleged that Anne had provoked Cromwell via opposing his coverage at the monasteries.