Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 4. In the the tower that was formerly his observatory, Ruggieri waited for the Duchess of Montpensier. - You are welcome, Madame. - The Queen...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 5. In his palace of the Escorial, King Phillip II of Spain …. just received news from France that caused him great disquiet. - Bearnais is...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 6. The inhabitants of Paris began to resent the hardships of the siege. The arrival of a convoy of foodstuffs caused riots. - Bread! - Bread...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 7. After popular troubles, the council of the League decided to expel from Paris all useless mouths. - Let's go find Bearnais, I'm...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 8. That evening, a strange company of itinerant monks furtively approached a convent near Paris. A vigil at the Castle of Loges. Henry IV left...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 1. Ruggieri, having escaped from Henry IV's camp, arrived at the gates of the capital ... I am carrying a message for His Greatness, the...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 2. At the Chateau of Loges. - Don't you know that I always wear chainmail? - Why would you like to kill me? - What are you going to do...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 3. - Take my hat - this white plume could serve as a Parliamentary pennant. At daybreak, Mayenne, Louis de Gonzaga, and the Duke of Mendoza...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 4. In the tower that was formerly his observatory, Ruggieri waited for the Duchess of Montpensier. - You are welcome, Madame. - Queen...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 5. In his palace of the Escorial, King Phillip II of Spain … just received news from France that caused him great unrest. - Bearnais is laying...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 6. The inhabitants of Paris began to resent the hardships of the siege. The arrival of a convoy of foodstuffs caused riots. - Bread! - Bread...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 7. After great troubles, the Council of the League decided to expel all useless mouths from Paris. - Let's go find Bearnais, I'm...
Henry IV, 2nd chapter, Ruggieri and the Montpensier, No. 8. That evening, a strange company of itinerant monks furtively approached a covent near Paris. A vigil at the Castle of Loges. Henry IV left...
Henry IV, 3rd chapter, The Grand Inquisitor of Spain, No. 1. The astrologer Ruggieri was surprised by Henry IV at the moment when his gloves with other poisoned gloves. The King's calls were...
Henry IV, 3rd chapter, The Grand Inquisitor of Spain, No. 2. The distribution foodstuffs to Parisians made the Good King Henry even more popular. Ruggieri was taken in by the monastery where the...
Henry IV, 3rd chapter, The Grand Inquisitor of Spain, No. 3. In front of the tribunal of the Inquisition, Ruggieri accuses Mendoza of treason. - Do not listen to this rascal! His mouth only opens for...
Henry IV, 3rd chapter, The Grand Inquisitor of Spain, No. 4. Henry IV could not stop thinking about Dolores. - Sire, an enemy messenger caught at the front would like to speak to you. - Here is what...
Henry IV, 3rd chapter, The Grand Inquisitor of Spain, No. 5. In Paris, the Grand Inquisitor assumed all powers … while the Duke of Mendoza, reduced to powerlessness, lived confined to his apartments...

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