This study reassesses the policies of the founder of the Tudor dynasty and shows how Henry worked within existing traditions rather than breaking with the past. Every facet of the reign is considered including the nature of government - both at central and local level, financial policy, relations with the Church, foreign policy, economic affairs and concludes by assessing Henry as a 'new monarch'.
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He subsequently demanded £20,000 from the League as security that they would
not break his embargo on trade with the Netherlands, and in 1508 he confiscated
this sum on the grounds that they had done so. He also limited the Hansards' ...
Large parts of Burgundy were seized by France, but the Netherlands, including
Flanders, went to Charles's daughter Mary, who in 1477 married the young
Habsburg Archduke, Maximilian of Austria. In 1493, following the death of his
When Henry heard that Burgundy had provided an army of 1,500 mercenaries for
Warbeck, he banished all Flemish merchants from England and imposed an
embargo on trade with the Netherlands. This action threatened to harm English ...
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YORKIST FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION
THE ROYAL FINANCES
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