15 March 1532 – Henry VIII uses foul language to his archbishop

| March 15, 2016

15 March 1532 – Henry VIII uses foul language to his archbishop

Breaking news! Yes, on this day in history, 15th March 1532, King Henry VIII used “foul language” to William Warham, Archbishop of Canturbury, after the archbishop criticised the king in the House of Lords when Parliament was discussing the proposed annulment of Henry VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon. Carlo Capello, the Venetian ambassador, recorded […]

15 March 1532 Archbishop Warham angers Henry VIII

| March 15, 2014

15 March 1532 Archbishop Warham angers Henry VIII

According to Carlo Capello, the Venetian ambassador, on 15th March 1532 William Warham, Archbishop of Canterbury, criticised Henry VIII in the House of Lords when Parliament was discussing the proposed annulment of Henry VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon. In response, the King used “foul language to him, saying that were it not for his […]