The Pilgrimage of Grace 1536–1537 and the Exeter Conspiracy 1538, Volume 2
Originally published in 1915, this book is the second of two volumes describing the popular risings during the reign of Henry VIII known as the Pilgrimage of Grace and the Exeter Conspiracy. Volume Two describes the devolution of the Pilgrimage from the beginning of 1537 and its eventual dissolution, as well as the growth and downfall of the Exeter Conspiracy the following year. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in English religious history and the reign of Henry VIII.
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CHAPTER PAGE XV THE SECOND APPOINTMENT AT DONCASTER
THE KINGs POLICY
HALLAM AND BIGOD
THE DUKE OF NORFOLKs MISSION
THE KINGs PEACE
THE END OF THE PILGRIMAGE
THE COUNCIL OF THE NORTH
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