Edward VI, Somerset and Northumberland

Somerset made Protector until Edward's 18th birthday
21 March 1547
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Somerset introduces Vagrancy Act, but is never implemented
1547
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Battle of Mulhberg won by Charles V
1547
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Francis I dies
1547
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Scots defeated at Battle of Pinkie
Sept. 1547
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Treasons Act repeals Catholic legislation
Nov. 1547
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June 1548
Proclamations issued against enclosure
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Mary Queen of Scots moved to France
July 1548
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Outbreak of Western and Kett's rebellions
June 1549
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Act of Uniformity passed, new Prayer Book, tax increase on sheep/cloth
1549
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Northumberland made Lord Protector
21 March 1550
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Northumberland repeals sheep tax
1550
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Treaty of Boulogne brings peace betw. Fr and Eng.
March 1550
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Treaty of Angers signed' Edward to marry Elizabeth of France
July 1551
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Second Act of Uniformity
March 1552
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July 1553
Edward VI dies; coup fails, Mary = Queen
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Aug. 1553
Northumberland executed
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How many calvary did Somerset send to fight in the Battle of Pinkie?
4,000
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Where were English forces based for the battle?
Berwick
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Why was the Battle's success limited?
B/c English forces weren't strong enough to control whole country
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Card 2

Front

Somerset introduces Vagrancy Act, but is never implemented

Back

1547

Card 3

Front

Battle of Mulhberg won by Charles V

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Francis I dies

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Scots defeated at Battle of Pinkie

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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