Browsing Political Violence

75 articles found

Headword Date Article Type
Scots are victorious at Ancrum Moor 1545 T Note
Raid into Scotland destroys abbeys and castles 1545 - 1545 T Note
Tax is levied to finance the Scottish war 1545 T Note
Battle of Pinkie: English defeat the Scots 1547 T Note
The French capture St. Andrews Castle, Scotland 1547 T Note
English troops seize Haddington, Scotland 1548 T Note
The English abandon Haddington to the Scots 1549 T Note
England surrenders Boulogne to France and removes troops from Scotland 1550 T Note
John Knox preaches a defiant sermon that incites violent riots 1559 T Note
Rebellion of George Gordon, Earl of Huntly, in Scotland is crushed 1562 T Note
Mary Queen of Scots' secretary is murdered on Darnley's orders 1566 T Note
Darnley is murdered on the orders of Earl of Bothwell 1567 T Note
Mary Queen of Scots escapes from Lochleven 1568 T Note
The Earls of Northumberland and Westmorland flee to Scotland 1569 T Note
Thomas Earl of Sussex harries the Scottish border 1570 T Note
Coup d'etat by the Marian Party in Scotland 1571 T Note
English army marches into Scotland to capture Edinburgh Castle 1573 T Note
Edinburgh Castle surrenders to the English 1573 T Note
The Earl of Morton is executed for complicity in Darnley's murder 1581 T Note
In the Ruthven Raid, the English Party in Scotland capture James VI 1582 T Note

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