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Jack Cade"s rebellion of 1450

by I. M. W. Harvey

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Cade"s Rebellion, 1450.,
    • Social conflict -- England -- History.,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Henry VI, 1422-1461.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementI.M.W. Harvey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA257 .H37 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 220 p. :
      Number of Pages220
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1532514M
      ISBN 100198201605
      LC Control Number91010160

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      Start studying Jack Cade's rebellion. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Jack Cade’s Rebellion. In the summer of several Alfriston men were involved in a dramatic uprising from five counties around London. Protesting groups converged on the capital, and for those from the south the rising culminated in riot, looting, murder and a night-long battle for London Bridge itself.

        The following is the manifesto issued by Jack Cade, a Kentish rebel in , before his march on London. The 'popular grievances' from this article were frequently quoted by the Yorkists during the Wars of the Roses, for propaganda purposes. Source: "Three fifteenth-century chronicles, with historical memoranda by John Stowe". In Humphrey Stafford and his brother John (The Archbishop) lead an army against the Kentish rebellion from Jack Cade, his complaint being that "the system of tax collection was unjust and extortive". The rising was in no sense revoulutionary, but a demand for a reform of the existing order.


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Accounts of Jack Cade's Rebellion-an uprising of s middle-class citizens, protesting Henry VI's policies, and resulting in hundreds of deaths as well as the leaders' execution-form the dominant entry in a group of quasi-historical documents referred to as the London chronicles of the Fifteenth Century.

However, each chronicle is inherently different and highly subjective. There have been few contemporary works that have dealt in detail with the Jack Cade rebellion ofwhich makes I.M.W.

Harvey's book enormously important. Cades' revolt was similar in some ways to the Peasants' Revolt of The rebels assembled on Blackheath and at Mile End, perhaps deliberately mimicking Wat Tyler's men seventy years : Resolute Reader. Jack Cade's Rebellion of : Harvey, I. W.: Books.

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Harvey. Jack Cade, byname of John Cade, (born, Ireland—died JHeathfield, Sussex, Eng.), leader of a major rebellion () against the government of King Henry VI of England; although the uprising was suppressed, it contributed to the breakdown of royal authority that led to the Wars of the Roses (–85) between the houses of York and Lancaster.

Cade’s Rebellion, () Uprising against the government of Henry VI of England. Jack Cade, an Irishman of uncertain occupation living in Kent, organized a rebellion among local small property holders angered by high taxes and prices.

He took the name John Mortimer, identifying himself with the family of Henry’s rival, the duke of York. Overview Jack Cade's Rebellion was an uprising against the policies of Henry VI, led by, not surprisingly, Jack Cade. The majority of the participants were peasants and small landowners from Kent, who objected to forced labour, corrupt courts, the seizure of land by nobles, the loss of royal lands in France, and heavy taxation.

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It began as an orchestrated demonstration of political protest by the inhabitants of south-eastern England against the corruption, mismanagement, and oppression of Henry VI's government. Jack Cade: Proclamation of Grievances, These be the points, cause and mischiefs of gathering and assembling of us, the king's liege men of Kent, the 4th day of June the year of our Lordthe reign of our sovereign lord the king 29th, which we trust to Almighty God to remedy, with the help and the grace of God and of our sovereign.

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