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when did John Knox arrive in Scotland - was this good or bad?
1559, good because he was protestant tf. supported Elizabeth to an extent, bad because he was a radical and hated women (thought they should be subservient)
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What did the first Treaty of Berwick do, when did it happen?
1560, financial and military support for the revolting protestant lords in scotland (helped in blockade of Leith)
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When was the Treaty of Edinburgh, what did it state?
all foreign troops to leave, Scottish Lords of Congregation formed a temporary PROTESTANT regency council
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When were the French laws of Religion, what did Elizabeth do to support them?
1562-1564, at the Treaty of Hampton Court Elizabeth offered 6,000 troops and a £3,000 loan (England le Havre and Dieppe until Calais restored)
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When was the Treaty of Troyes - what did it state?
1564, the French Catholics and Huguenots united vs. England and kicked them out of the country, denied Calais
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When did MQS return to England, when did she marry, when did she have James
1561, married Darnley in 1565, James 1566
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when did Granville stop exports to England - what was the excuse?
he used the excuse of plague, but really because he believed Elizabeth was sanctioning privateering and supporting Protestants.
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