4 edition of Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, 1536-7 found in the catalog.
Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, 1536-7
S. M. Harrison
Bibliography, p141-144. - Includes index.
|Statement||Scott Michael Harrison.|
|Series||Royal Historical Society studies in history -- 27|
|Contributions||Royal Historical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, by Scott Harrison liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published The Pilgrimage of Grace was a popular rising in Yorkshire in the autumn of against Henry VIII's break with the Roman Catholic Church, the Dissolution of the Monasteries and the policies of the King's chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, as well as other specific political, social and economic has been termed "the most serious of all Tudor rebellions".Location: York, Yorkshire, England.
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The Pilgrimage of Grace was a popular uprising that began in Yorkshire in Octoberbefore spreading to other parts of Northern England including Cumberland, Northumberland and north Lancashire, under the leadership of lawyer Robert "most serious of all Tudor rebellions", it was a protest against Henry VIII's break with the Roman Catholic Church, the dissolution of the lesser Location: York, Yorkshire, England.
The pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, A short book looking in detail at the P of G in north west England, where it had a different, and more popular, character than in Yorkshire. The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, Next > The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, Harrison, Book.
English. Published London: Royal Historical Society, No copies available at branches. Middlesbrough Campus –. Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties Whitfield Prize (or Whitfield Book Prize) is a prize of £1, awarded annually by the Royal Historical Society to the best work on a subject of British or Irish history published within the United Kingdom or Republic of Ireland during the calendar year.
To be eligible for the award, the book must be the first history work published by the author. Harrison, The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake counties, –7 () M.
Bush, The Pilgrimage of Grace: a study of the rebel armies of October () M. Bush and D. Bownes, The defeat of the Pilgrimage of Grace: a study of the postpardon revolts of. The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, By Harrison, S. M Royal Historical Society, The pilgrimage of grace and the politics of the s By Hoyle, R.
Book. English. This is the first full account of the Pilgrimage of Grace since In the autumn and winter ofHenry VIII faced risings first in.
The Pilgrimage of Grace, –7, and the Exeter Conspiracy, 2 vols. Cambridge, Duffy, Eamon. The Stripping of the Altars: Traditional Religion in England –Cited by: Monographs on aspects of the Pilgrimage include C. Haigh, The Last Days of the Lancashire Monasteries and the Pilgrimage of Grace (Chetham Society, 3rd ser ) and S.M.
Harrison, The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties –7 (London: Royal Historical Society, ). Google ScholarCited by: The Pilgrimage of Grace is the title given to a widespread revolt against the rule of Henry VIII.
The Pilgrimage of Grace started in late and finished in early Much is known about this revolt as it was well documented at the time. Between late and a number of revolts against the king took place in Northern England. action that brought the Pilgrimage of Grace to an end.
Hoyle's Pilgrimage of Grace and the Politics of the s presents itself as the first comprehensive study of the Pilgrimage of Grace since the work of the Dodds, although it omits a great deal - partly because so much space is devoted to a. Pilgrimage of Grace. The name given to the religious rising in the north of England, The cause of this great popular movement, which extended over five counties and found sympathizers all over England, was attributed to Robert Aske, the leader of the insurgents, to "spreading of heretics, suppression of houses of religion and other matters touching the commonwealth".
The Pilgrimage of Grace HY1 Rebellions. STUDY. The only serious armed threat to Henry VIII's government was the Pilgrimage of Grace rebellion. What was the Pilgrimage of Grace made up of.
Made of 3 separate but related rising. Where did rising begin and who led the rising. Pilgrimage of Grace, –7. The Pilgrimage was a widespread northern rising against Henry VIII's religious policies and the greatest challenge to his position during his reign.
It seems to have been triggered by the dissolution of the smaller monasteries, began at Louth in Lincolnshire, spreading to Yorkshire and then to Cumberland and. Pilgrimage is in any case misleading, since the Pilgrimage was a concatenation of various local risings.
Obviously, in a revolt in which the commons of some seven counties covering a third of the area of England played a leading, or perhaps the leading, part, a 1 Mr.
Thomas and Mr. James were good enough to criticize an. 2. The pilgrimage of grace and the politics of the s / R. Hoyle. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ) 3. The Pilgrimage of Grace in the Lake Counties, / Scott Michael Harrison. (London: Royal Historical Society, ) 4. The last days of the Lancashire monasteries and the pilgrimage of grace / by Christopher Haigh.
PILGRIMAGE OF GRACE, a name assumed by religious insurgents in the north of England, who opposed the dissolution of the movement, which commenced in Lincolnshire in Sept. was suppressed in Oct., but soon after revived in Yorkshire; and an expedition bearing the foregoing name, having banners on which were depicted the five wounds of Christ, was headed by.
The Pilgrimage of Grace and the Exeter Conspiracy, 2 vols. London, Dolan, F. “ ‘Gentlemen, I Have One More Thing to Say’: Women on Scaffolds in England, –” Modern Philology 92 ( Cited by: duplicity in the Pilgrimage of Grace.2 1 A wapentake is a variant term for hundred or ward.
It represented the largest public division of the shire, an administrative unit for the collection of the subsidy and the organization of the militia. 2 R.W. Hoyle, The Pilgrimage of Grace and the Politics of the s (Oxford: Oxford University Press Author: Keith Altazin.
Dr Michael Bush investigates the interpretations of the pilgrimage of grace. Our perception of the pilgrimage of grace has been largely created by Madeleine and Ruth Dodds and their magnificent book The Pilgrimage of Grace,and the Exeter Conspiracy, (Cambridge). Published init has dominated the subject ever since.
Most unusually for a historical work, it remains.A History of the Diocese. was focused on Lancashire and the Lake Counties, when thousands of rebels who were enlisted in the Pilgrimage of Grace of registered their firm and dangerous opposition to the end of a thousand years of Catholic England.The Pilgrimage of Grace was a popular rising in York, England duringin protest against Henry VIII's break with the Roman Catholic Church and the Dissolution of the Monasteries, as well as other specific political, social and economic was done in action against Thomas Cromwell.
Technically the term Pilgrimage of Grace refers specifically and inclusively to the uprising.