Henry VII

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When did Henry VII backdate his reign to?
21st August 1485, one day before the Battle of Bosworth.
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Who did Tudor appoint as the Chancellor of England and why? (consolidation of Tudor's position)
Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop of York - because he was an experienced churchman who'd served the English government.
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Name that date where 8 bishops approved Henry's marriage to Elizabeth of York.
16th January 1486.
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Who married Tudor and Elizabeth of York? When did it happen?
Archbishop Bourchier & on the 18th January 1486.
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What year did the Lovell Rebellion take place?
Easter 1486.
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What year did the Simnel Rebellion take place?
1486-1487.
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How much military assisstance to Margaret of Burgundy provide in order to support Simnel?
2,000.
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When did the Battle of Stoke occur?
June 1487.
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How many men did Henry have/the rebels have?
Henry - 12,000 & rebels - 8,000.
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Who launched an attack by charging downhill? Who's experience counted when this happened?
1) Earl of Lincoln 2) Earl of Oxford
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When did the Yorkshire rebellion happen?
April 1489.
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During what years did Perkin Warbeck act as a pretender?
1491-1499.
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Why did Warbeck flee from France to Burgundy?
Because Charles VIII agreed to the Treaty of Etaples.
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In what year did Maximilian back Warbeck and why did he do it?
1494. He felted betrayed by the Treaty of Etaples.
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When did Warbeck launch his first invasion?
1495.
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In what year did Warbeck have a border raid from Scotland to England?
1496.
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Which sanctuary did Warbeck flee to, and what year did he try to escape?
Beaulie Abbey near Southampton. 1498.
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What year did the Cornish Rebellion happen?
1497.
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When did the Cornish rebels fail to enter Exeter?
17th September 1497.
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Give an example of a noble who should have acted immediately, but stood aside for the Cornish Rebellion.
Lord Daubency.
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In what years did the Breton Crisis take place?
1487-1492.
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What did the Treaty of Redon consist of and who was it with?
It was with Brittany - a promise made by Tudor to assist Brittany by sending 3,000 troops, paid for by Anne of Brittany.
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Who was the Treaty of Dordrecht with and what was it about?
It was with Maximilian of Burgundy who agreed to send troops to Brittany if Henry sent him 3,000 troops to help Maximilian who was being besieged by French& Flemish troops.
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What year did Charles VIII declare his plan to marry Anne of Brittany?
1487.
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What year was the Treaty of Redon signed and what did it consist of?
1489. Henry made agreements with Ferdinand & Maximilian to build anti-French alliance - Bretons covered costs of 3,000 English army.
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In what year did France take control of Brittany & why was he able to do it?
1491. Charles married Anne.
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What year was the Treaty of Etaples signed and what where the 3 rules of it?
1492. French had to pay annual pension of 50,000 crowns. Charles VIII would not support imposters. Henry would withdraw English troops from Brittany.
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During what years did the English trade embargo with Burgundy take place?
1493-1496.
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What year did the Intercursus Magnus take place and what did it do?
1496. Removed trade barriers with Burgundy,
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When did the Treaty of Windsor happen?
1506.
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What year did the Treaty of Cambrai take place?
1508.
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When did the 'Spanish marriage' happen with Catherine of Aragon and Prince Arthur? Then what happened?
1501, then Arthur died in 1502.
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When did the Treaty of Blois happen and who did it involve?
1505. Ferdinand signed it with France.
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What year did James IV support invasion of Warbeck?
1496.
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When did the Truceof Ayton occur, and in what year did the Treaty of Perpetual Peace take place?
1497, 1502.
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In what year did Tudor dismiss Kildare?
1491.
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In what year did Henry send Sir Edward Poynings to Ireland as Lord Deputy?
1494.
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When did Tudor reinstate Kildare as Lord Deputy?
1496.
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How much was the Duke of Buckingham fined for entering his inheritance (in what year?) without a license?
£7000 in 1498.
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How much money was Lord Burgaenny fined for illegaly retaining?
£70,550.
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The Act of Resumption recovered all properties granted away since what year?
1455 (before Wars of the Roses)
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What did he display in Richard Palace?
Statues of previous English monarchs.
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How many men attended Counsel?
277.
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How many inner core advisors did Henry consult?
6
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When was the Star Chamber created? What was it?
1487. Dealt with overmighty subjects.
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When was the Counsel Learned in the Law set up? What was it/who run it?
1494. Looked after King's interests as a feudal landlord. Originally Sir Reginald Bray (died 1503), taken of by Empson & Dudley.
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How many parliaments did Henry call?
7, 2 in the first half.
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When did Henry issue a manual for the JPs?
1506.
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How much income did Henry raise from crown lands in 1486/1508?
£12,000 & £42,000.
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Compare how annual wardship income rose.
1487: under £350, 1507: £6,000.
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What did some historians estimate that custom duties had risen by?
£33,000pa to £40,000pa
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Over his reign how much to he raise in loans?
£203,000.
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In benevolences, how much did he raise in 1491 to invade France?
£48,000.
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How much did Henry raise through not appointing a successor when a bishop dies?
£6,000pa.
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How much did he raise from knighting Prince Arthur?
£30,000
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In 1508-9, what % of ecport trade from Newcastle was in coal?
20%.
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What % did cloth trade account for exports?
90%.
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In what year di Henry ban export of unfinished cloth by foreign merchants?
1487.
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What year did Henry ended Hansa's prvilege of controlling export of bullion from England?
1489.
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What year did he restore Hansa's privileges?
1504.
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How many ships did Henry have originally, and what did it fall to in 1488?
7 then 5.
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When were the Navigation Acts passed?
1485-1489.
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When was John Cabot's first ecpedition?
May 1497.
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