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Homework Help: English

Posted by Franco on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 6:01pm.

I forgot to include the following statements. Thank you very much.

1) In the main street there are two baker's shops (if I write two baker's without including "shop" is to be regarded as a mistake?).
2) Elizabeth seeks advice from her astrologer, who predicts that two empires will go to war. However, he cannot predict which will triumph over the other.
3) Jesuits in London conspire (plot) with Philip to assassinate Elizabeth and replace her with Mary. The conspiracy, which Philip calls "The English Enterprise," is known to history as the Babington Plot.
4)Walsingham discovers the plot. The Jesuits, recruit Anthony Babington to assassinate Elizabeth.
5)Walsingham continues to warn Elizabeth against the danger of Spain but she refuses to force her people, half of whom were Catholic, to share her beliefs (to convert to Protestantism.
6) The Spanish ambassador accuses Elizabeth of receiving Spanish gold from pirates. She throws the Spaniards out of court. Meanwhile, Philip is cutting the forests of Spain to build the Spanish Armada to invade England.

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