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2nd Act of Repeal / Heresy Act
Western Rebellion/ Ket's rebellion
Perkin Warbeck & Earl of Warwick executed
Henry secures a peace treaty with Charles V (HRE) – both agreed to invade France in 1543
Throckmorton plot – to put MQS on throne and links with Spanish ambassador Mendoza.
Act of Union - Wales became incorporated into the English legal and administrative system
Lovel & Stafford Rebellion
Cranmer burned
Death of Elizabeth of York
Anne and Henry marry. He is excommunicated. Elizabeth Barton executed.
Death of Isabel of Castile
Renewed Treaty of Etaples
Louis XII marries Henry’s sister Mary
Death of Prince Arthur
Pope excommunicates Liz / Considers marriage with Duke of Anjou
42 Articles – strongly protestant, confirmed justification by faith and predestination. (Was never enacted in to law due to Edward’s death / 2nd Act of Uniformity
Truce of Ayton
Peace of Boulgne
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis / Rise of Lords of Congregation / Francis II new king of France – married to MQS
Elizabethan religious settlement, a compromise which secured Protestant reforms but allowed some Catholic traditions to continue.
Henry VIII marries Anne of Cleaves / Cromwell executed. /Henry marries Catherine Howard
Treaty of Cambrai = Peace between France and Holy Roman Empire
Second Statute of Repeal removes all Protestant legislation passed since 1529 / Ridley and Latimer burned
Act of Resumption - Recovered all property granted away since 1455
Peace of Troyes
Northern Earls Rebellion
‘Treaty of Perpetual Peace’ – Treaty of London
Treaty of Berwick with James VI/ Babington plot - MQS executed 1 year later
Act for the Dissolution of the Lesser Monasteries. POG
Battle of Flodden
Ridolfi Plot
Treaty of Nonsuch with Dutch rebels
1st Book of Common Prayer – A compromise – only ceremonial changes established.
Vagrancy Act
Princess Margaret marries James IV of Scotland
‘Ten Year Peace’ between France and the Holy Roman Empire, supported by the Pope increased likelihood of a Catholic Crusade against England. Scotland was also prepared to suppo
French counter-invasion of the Isle of White. Mary Rose is sunk. Henry spends £130,000 defending Boulogne
Battle of Stoke
1st Act of repeal/ LJG plot
Loans and Benevolences - £48,000 was raised for Brittany and £9000 was contributed by the city of London
Anne Askew is burnt for denying transubstantiation
By this date the Privy Chamber has a turnover of 100,000
Attempted invasion of France.
New Pope Paul IV (anti-Spanish)
Treaty of Camp - Peace with France. Henry allowed to keep Boulogne for 8 years.
Navigation Acts - only English ships were allowed to be used to import goods and that a foreign ship could only be used when an English ship was not available.
Wolsey tried to purge the Privy Chamber
– Henry VIII had spent £2,100,000 on the war and borrowed £152,000 from continental bankers
Legatine Synod
Treaty of Etaples
League of Cambrai (anti-Spanish alliance)
Act of 6 Articles Repealed
Oxfordshire Rising
Treaty of Blois – Anglo-French alliance against Spain / Massacre at St Bartholomews
Field of the Cloth of Gold
League of Venice
Treaty of Bruges
Scarborough Raid followed by England declaring war against France
The King's Book
Elizabeth tries to ban clerical marriage but compromises upon sending wives and children away
Magnus Intercursus
Treaty of Ayton
Vestment Controversy
Revolt of the Netherlands
New Ordinal – new rules about ordination of new clergy – clergy would still wear catholic vestments.
Maximillian I dies – replaced by Charles V as Emperor (He is also Charles I of Spain)
Treaty of Medina del Campo
Catherine of Aragon dies. Anne Boleyn is executed. Ten Articles
– Francis Drake destroys Spanish ships being constructed in Cadiz and captured a Portuguese treasure fleet
Yorkshire Rebellion
Ferdinand dies – replaced by Charles I. Spain and France alliance – Treaty of Noyon
Spanish Armada
Battle of Ivry / Philip II renews treaty with Catholic League
Treaty of Edinburgh
Marriage of Mary and Philip / Wyatts Rebellion
39 articles were passed through convocation (representative assembly of the church) and given statutory authority in 1571
Supplication against the ordinaries
Downfall of Wolsey
FACTION – Failed conservative plot against Catherine Parr
Bishops Book. Birth of Edward
Empson and Dudley executed
Treaty of Joinville between Spanish and French Catholics
Henry VII dies
FACTION – The Exeter Conspiracy
League of Cognac
1st Act of uniformity
Establishment of the Holy League.
Cornish Rebellion
Friends of the Marquis of Dorset signed bonds totalling £10,000 as a promise of his good behaviour.
Chantries Act
Treaty of Greenwich / marries Catherine Parr
Elizabeth allows a Latin version of the Prayer Book
Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity (Liz)
Battle of Pavia. Francis I captured. Henry tries to raise tax to invade weakened France. Causes the Amicable Grant tax rebellion
Holy League
Battle of Pinkie
Malus Intercursus
Brittany Crisis
Planned 4-prong attack on Northern France. Only England sends troops. Capture of Therouanne and Tournai. Battle of the Spurs.
English Litany introduced to Churches / England take Boulogne
England declares war on France
Small Pox epidemic
Henry arranges to meet with James V in York – James does not turn up
Treason Act. Act of Supremacy. Act of Succession.
Essex Rebellion
England loses Calais
Act for the Dissolution of the Greater Monasteries / Act of 6 articles
Tyrone’s Rebellion (ends 1603)
Death of Louis XII. Francis I new king of France. French victory at the Battle of Marignano. France capture Milan, Margaret Tudor forced from Scotland.
Retaliation against Scotland – Earl of Hertford oversees the ‘burning of Edinburgh’ . Little was achieved other than revenge. Franco-Scottish Alliance is made stronger
10,000 troops under command of Suffolk get within 50 miles of Paris. BUT Treaty of Bruge collapses and bad weather forces a retreat.
Battle of Solway Moss

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