Henry VII

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Yale University Press, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 373 pages
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Founder of the Tudor dynasty, Henry VII was a crucial figure in English history. In this acclaimed study of the king's life and reign, the distinguished historian S. B. Chrimes explores the circumstances surrounding Henry's acquisition of the throne, examines the personnel and machinery of government, and surveys the king's social, political, and economic policies, law enforcement, and foreign strategy. This edition of the book includes a new critical introduction and bibliographical updating by George Bernard.
  

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Review: Henry VII (The English Monarchs)

User Review  - Jeremy Perron - Goodreads

Henry VII has one of the more unlikely stories of any British monarch. Often times this king is overshadowed by his more (in)famous son, King Henry VIII. But King Henry VII has a greater tale to how ... Read full review

Review: Henry VII (The English Monarchs)

User Review  - Mike Briggs - Goodreads

Assigned reading in a graduate history course at Wayland Baptist University. Read full review

Contents

Henry of Richmonds march to Bosworth 1485
41
Accession Coronation Marriage and Family
65
Southern Scotland
84
The Kings Council
97
The Seals and Secretariats
115
Parliaments and Great Councils
135
Judicature
147
Lawmaking
175
Relations with the Church
240
Lands of the Crown in Wales in the reign of Henry VII
246
Ireland
259
Foreign Policies
272
Northern France and the Low Countries
274
The Kings Grace
298
A Owen Tudor and the Privy Council 1437
325
E Henry VIIs Books of Payments
332

1o Law Enforcement
185
Fiscal and Financial Policy
194
6a Sir Reginald Bray depicture
200
Prince Arthur depicture
200
Economic and Social Policy
219
The Descent and Descendants of Henry VII
338
SELECT PEDIGREES 3384l
340
INDEX
355
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