Henry VII: Dealing with the Nobility 2

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  • Henry VII: Nobility
    • Nobles came to act less as free agents of the crown.
    • The system of government was becoming more active and centralised.
    • Royal service was the most effective way to move up the social ladder.
    • The power within the counsil was delegated to few men, mainly lawyers.
    • Counsel Learned in Law
      • administration and enforcement of recognaises.
    • The domestic government was increasingly dominated by legal processes.
    • Most significant measure = retaining.
    • Threatened his authority or corrupted public order.
    • Retaining could threatened his authority or corrupted public order.

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