Suffering from a bone splinter leg wound his doctors' can't treat, Henry is in a killer mood. He lashes out even at Jane, who discretely promised the imperial ambassador to work for a reconciliation with the Catholics, but grants princess Mary's rehabilitation at court. Cromwell must fear being disgraced if the northern rebellion isn't suppressed, which scared the eastern larches lord Darcey to almost join them and entered the great city of York. For lack of men and equipment, duke Brandon has to parlor and offer a parliament to deal with the popular grieves. Although Henry plans to honor no promises, he receives, scolds but sooths a two men delegation. Written by
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Why should we fear, John, when we are about God's work?
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