Edward VI - Northumberland's Presidency

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What were Dudley's titles?
Viscount Lisle (1542), Earl of Warwick (1547), Duke of Northumberland (1551)
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Dudley was made Lord Chamberlain in what year?
1547
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When was Dudley was General Warden of the North?
1550 - but disbanded his troops in 1552 to save money
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Conservatives removed from Council after Dudley's first coup?
Sir Edward Peckham (replaced by Protestants such as the Bishop of Ely)
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Who warned Dudley of Southampton and Arundel's second coup?
Lord St John - rewarded by being made Earl of Wiltshire, Southampton and Arudel dismissed in January 1550
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Somerset was executed in what year?
1552
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Expanded Council to how many members?
33 (many military men)
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Councillors could retain how many men?
900 to maintain law and order. Disbanded in 1552 to save money.
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When was the Treaty of Boulogne?
1550 - England gave up Boulogne and France paid 400,000 crowns
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Royal Household had to borrow how much per year?
£50,000
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Debased the coinage for the last time when? And how much did it raise?
1551 for £114,000
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Gresham sent to Netherlands to do what?
Had £12,000 per week to manipulate the stock market in England's favour
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When did the Antwerp Cloth Market collapse?
1550 - recovered by 1552
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Council invested £25 each in what?
Expedition founded by Cabot which led to founding of Muscovy Company in 1555
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42 Articles were drafted by Cranmer in what year?
1553
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Dudley marched to Mary in Suffolk with how many men?
2,000 - most deserted him
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Dudley was made Lord Chamberlain in what year?

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When was Dudley was General Warden of the North?

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Conservatives removed from Council after Dudley's first coup?

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Who warned Dudley of Southampton and Arundel's second coup?

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