The Pilgrimage of Grace, 1536 -
- Dissolution of the monasteries - first areas to rise were those around dissolved houses.
- Worried about rumours of ruther relgious change and angry about change that had already occurred.
- Reduction in taxation - increase sparked annoyance among people.
- Enclosure laws.
- Centralising policies of Cromwell and his and Cranmer's reformist ideas - growing power of central government - north excluded from political decisions.
- End to the dissolution.
- Reversal of relgious changes that had taken place.
- Punishment of Cromwell and monastic inspectors.
- End to enclosure of land and reduction in taxation.
- Restoration of Mary to the King's favour.
Government's response/monarch's reaction:
- Henry let rebels know he was prepared to hear…