Riii's reign- stability and instability

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  • Stability and Instability of RII
    • on progress he met foreign envoys- made friendship treaties, e,g Isabella of castille,
      • hope this would bring international recognition
    • Unable to come to terms with Louis xii, king of FR
      • he was concerend FR traditionally supported house of Lancaster (HT)
    • hoped for good relations with Brittany as it would help to secure throne
    • Greeted nicely in York- people through roses at feet
      • Received 100 marks in golden cup
    • had growing opposition in south in September which he needed to supress
      • 29 July made commission of 'Oyer and Terminer'
        • Commission was to try unamed men for enterprise
    • Buckingham rebellion
    • Assumptions he has murdered his newphews
    • Set up independent royal Counsel to keep law and order
    • only ever called one parliament in reign
  • Horrox- said to be the start of fires to try and rescue princes from tower
    • Commission was to try unamed men for enterprise
  • Did not consult with governemnt
    • only ever called one parliament in reign
  • try to keep war with Scots up-funded it, very expensive
    • Stability and Instability of RII
      • on progress he met foreign envoys- made friendship treaties, e,g Isabella of castille,
        • hope this would bring international recognition
      • Unable to come to terms with Louis xii, king of FR
        • he was concerend FR traditionally supported house of Lancaster (HT)
      • hoped for good relations with Brittany as it would help to secure throne
      • Greeted nicely in York- people through roses at feet
        • Received 100 marks in golden cup
      • had growing opposition in south in September which he needed to supress
        • 29 July made commission of 'Oyer and Terminer'
        • Buckingham rebellion
        • Assumptions he has murdered his newphews
        • Set up independent royal Counsel to keep law and order

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