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2. What happened to Vagrants in 1531?

  • They were tied to the end of cart, naked and whipped until body was bloody and then returned to place of birth.
  • The parishes provided raw materials for them to work with.
  • They were kept as slaves.

3. What happened to Vagrants in 1547?

  • They were tied to a cart and dragged naked and beaten with whipped until body was bloody
  • They were branded with a V, given as a slave to the person who reported them.
  • Returned to their birth place

4. In what year were Justices of the Peace given the power to organise donations for the relief of the impotent poor?

  • 1601
  • 1563
  • 1572

5. In 1572, J of P collected a weekly rate from each parish to provide for whom? and to punish whom?

  • provide for: sick, old and disabled. Punish: the Sturdy poor
  • Provide for Sturdy poor and punish Impotent poor
  • War of the Roses victims


Miss E


A really detailed quiz focusing mainly on religion, protest and development of the police. Keep improving your score until the answers sink in!



Every question was about dates. Thought this was a bit disappointing. If you can remember all those dates, I'm impressed, but I don't think its needed for the exam.

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