The Duke of Suffolk arrives at Lincoln to suppress the Lincolnshire
rising, which had broken out at Louth Park, in response to the
closure of Louth Abbey. A band of demonstrators had marched on
Lincoln and, by 14th October occupied Lincoln Cathedral. They soon
dispersed after facing this threat from the Duke of Suffolk, but
their wider impact came in inspiring the more serious Pilgrimage of
Grace, which broke out soon afterwards in Yorkshire.
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Editors. "The Duke of Suffolk arrives at Lincoln to suppress the Lincolnshire rising". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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