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Rebellion of Jack Cade, 1450.

Helen M. Lyle

Rebellion of Jack Cade, 1450.

by Helen M. Lyle

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Published by Published for the Historical Association by G. Philip in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cade"s Rebellion, 1450.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 23-[24]

    SeriesHistorical Association (Great Britain) General series,, G 16, General series (Historical Association (Great Britain)) ;, G 16.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA257 .L85
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6101222M
    LC Control Number51032294
    OCLC/WorldCa3555973

    The Jack Cade Rebellion of by Alexander L. Kaufman Book Resume: The Jack Cade Rebellion of was an uprising of the commons of England—most of whom were from Kent, Norfolk, and Essex—that culminated in a battle on London Bridge. Jack Cade's rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. It began as an orchestrated demonstration of political protest by the inhabitants of south-eastern England against the corruption, mismanagement and oppression of .

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Jack Cade Rebellion Of A Sourcebook (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!   Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, (xii), pp. ISBN £65 (RRP) As the several endorsements on the rear cover of Alexander Kaufman’s The Jack Cade Rebellion of A Sourcebook suggest.

    JOHN CADE, commonly called Jack Cade, English rebel and leader of the rising of , was probably an Irishman by birth, but the details of his early life are very scanty. He seems to have resided for a time in Sussex, to have fled from the country after committing a murder, and to have served in the French wars.. Returning to England, he settled in Kent under the name of Aylmer and married a. Book Description. 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and resulting in hundreds of deaths as well as the leaders' execution-form the dominant entry in a group of quasi-historical documents referred to as the London chronicles of the Fifteenth Century.


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Jack Cade's Rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. 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.

This is the first full-length study of Cade's revolt to be published this century. 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 took the name John Mortimer, identifying himself with the family of Henry’s rival, the duke of York.

Cade and his followers defeated a royal army in Kent. Jack Cade's rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages.

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. When no assurance of any remedy came from the king, the rising soon collapsed into.

Jack Cade's rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. 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.3/5(3).

Get this from a library. The Jack Cade Rebellion of a sourcebook. [Alexander L Kaufman;] -- "This book collects, for the first time, primary documents associated with the Jack Cade Rebellion that have been translated into Present-Day English.

It includes the rebels' petitions, entries from. 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.

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.

Jack Cade was the leader of a popular uprising against the government of Henry VI. Cade’s rebellion of was a protest brought about by corruption, high taxes and discontent at the recent loss of Normandy. The uprising was centred largely in the South East of England with people from Kent rising and marching on London.

The circumstances of the duke of Suffolk's death caused the frightening rumour to go about Kent that the king intended to take retribution by turning the county into a wild forest. This fear appears to have been the spark which set alight the already evident discontent in Kent and drew the county into rebellion.

With Jack Cade as their leader, the insurgents were gathering at meeting-places. JACK CADE'S REBELLION OF by HARVEY (I.M.W.) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jack Cade's Rebellion of - AbeBooks Passion for books.

John Cade, an Irish refugee, from his resemblance to Sir John Mortimer, of the family of March, who had been irregularly put to death early in this reign, on an accusation of treason, assumed the character of his son; and during the present discontents, A.on the profession of redressing grievances, assemb men under his.

Jack Cade's Rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. It began as an orchestrated demonstration of political protest by the inhabitants of south-eastern England against the corruption, mismanagement, and oppression of /5.

Jack Cade was the leader of a popular revolt against the government of England in At the time of the revolt, the weak and unpopular King Henry VI was on the throne. While little is known about the rebel leader himself, the events of the rebellion to which he gave his name are well recorded in fifteenth-century chronicles.

Jack Cade's rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. It began as an orchestrated demonstration of political protest by the inhabitants of south-eastern England against the corruption, mismanagement, and oppression of Author: I.

Harvey. Jack Cade's Rebellion of was one of the most important popular uprisings to take place in England during the Middle Ages. 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 by:   : The Jack Cade Rebellion of A Sourcebook eBook: Kaufman, Alexander L.: Kindle Store.

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. 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 : Alexander L.

Kaufman. The Jack Cade Rebellion of was an uprising of the commons of England-most of whom were from Kent, Norfolk, and Essex-that culminated in a battle on London Bridge.

The rebel force, led by a mysterious man known as Jack Cade, protested King Henry VI's ineffectiveness as a leader, the. Buy The Jack Cade Rebellion of A Sourcebook by Kaufman, Alexander L.

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Type Chapter Page start Page end Is part of Book Title Jack Cade's rebellion of Author(s) Harvey, I.M.W. Date Publisher Clarendon Press Pub place Oxford ISBN ISBN Preview.This chapter focuses on the outcome of Cade's rebellion. Judged in terms of the objectives set out by Cade's followers themselves, the rebellion of achieved scarcely anything whatsoever.

In only two areas of grievance can any positive outcome be measured. Ina commission of inquiry was granted in Kent to investigate the abuses the county had complained of, and some amendment came in."This book collects, for the first time, primary documents associated with the Jack Cade Rebellion that have been translated into Present-Day English.

It includes the rebels' petitions, entries from medieval and early modern chronicles, letters and formal correspondences, official government documents, and political poems of the fifteenth.