Browsing Riots and violent protests



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A crisis in the wool trade leads to riots in Kent 1528 Context Note
Agitation grows in England against harsh ecclesiastical sentences 1631 Context Note
Anti-papal iconoclasm in southern England 1538 Context Note
Charles I fines the City of London for failing to put down a riot 1632 Context Note
Cornish Rising breaks out 1497 Context Note
Henry VII defeats the Cornish rebels under Lord Audley at Blackheath 1497 Context Note
Henry VIII summons rebel Robert Aske to court 1536 Context Note
Plot for a Yorkist rising in Kent is discovered 1499 Context Note
Rebel leader Robert Aske is sentenced to death 1537 Context Note
Riots in Northamptonshire against enclosure of common land 1607 Context Note
Rising spreads to Durham, Cumberland and Westmorland 1536 Context Note
Risings in the West Country against the newly enforced Prayer Book 1549 Context Note
Robert Aske tries to pacify the rebels of the Pilgrimage of Grace 1537 Context Note
The Duke of Norfolk promises a pardon to the Yorkshire rebels 1536 Context Note
The Duke of Suffolk arrives at Lincoln to suppress the Lincolnshire rising 1536 Context Note
The Prayer Book rising in the West Country is ended 1549 Context Note
The rebels of the Pilgrimage of Grace submit to Henry VIII at York 1541 Context Note

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