Originally published in 1915, The Pilgrimage of Grace, 1536-1537, and The Exeter Conspiracy, 1538 examines this period of British Tudor history in great detail, including chapters on the rising in Lincolnshire, the musters at Pontefract, and the first appointment at Doncaster. It is the first of two volumes written by these authors on this period in history.
1. The Turning-Point. 2. Plots and Tokens. 3. Affinity and Confederacy. 4. Facts and Rumours. 5. The Rising in Lincolnshire. 6. The Failure of Lincolnshire. 7. The Insurrection in the East Riding. 8. The Pilgrims' Advance. 9. The Extent of the Insurrection. 10. The Musters at Pontefract. 11. The First Appointment at Doncaster. 12. The First Weeks of the Truce. 13. The Council at York. 14. The Council at Pontefract.
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