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Henry VII

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1. What were Henry's main aims in foreign policy?
To secure his dynasty and start and empire
To start an empire and become wealthy
To consolidate his power/influence and build a dynasty
2. When was the Treaty of Redon?
1489
1487
1488
1501
3. When was the Treaty of Etaples?
1487
1501
1503
1492
4. When was the Medina Del Campo?
1479
1489
1491
1493
5. How much money was in the French Pension?
745,000 crowns
500,000 crowns
475,000 crowns
900,000 crowns
6. How much was the French Pension paid per annum?
40,000 crowns
75,000 crowns
50,000 crowns
60,000 crowns
7. What % of Henry's annual income was made up of the French Pension?
10%
3%
7%
5%
8. When was the Peace of Ayton?
1501
1507
1502
1504
9. Which of Henry's children was married off to the King of Scotland?
Mary
Elizabeth
Catherine
Margaret
10. When did Henry's daughter marry the King of Scotland?
1503
1504
1502
1505
11. When was the Magnus Intercursus?
1498
1496
1499
1500
12. When was the Malus Intercursus?
1507
1506
1499
1487
13. When was the Treaty of Windsor?
1509
1503
1506
1511
14. Who was involved in the Treaty of Windsor?
Henry VII, King Ferdinand
King Ferdinand, Queen Isabelle
Prince Arthur, Princess Catherine
Henry VII, Philip of Burgundy
15. When was the League of Cambrai?
1504
1508
1512
1509
16. What year was the Battle of Bosworth?
1483
1487
1485
1489
17. When was Poynings' Law introduced?
1494
1492
1497
1489
18. When did the Earl of Kildare recognise Perkin Warbeck's claim to the throne?
1495
1487
1492
1490
19. How many Justices of the Peace were appointed to each county?
13
18
14
16
20. How many Parliaments did Henry call throughout his reign?
4
10
14
6
21. How many of these Parliaments were called in the first 10 years of his reign?
1
3
2
5
22. What % of cases brought to the Council of the Star Chamber were about rioting?
46
71
62
59
23. How much money did Henry ask Parliament for in 1504?
30,000
90,000
50,000
46,000
24. How much money did Parliament actually give him?
30,000
20,000
40,000
70,000
25. How much money was handled by the King's council by the late 1490s?
100,000
70,000
110,000
60,000
26. When was the Marquis of Dorset signed into a Bond and Recognisance?
1495
1491
1489
1499
27. How much money was agreed in the Marquis of Dorset's Bond and Recognisance?
18,000
11,000
10,000
14,000
28. How much money was made from feudal obligations in 1507?
6,000
3,000
9,000
12,000
29. How much money did Henry make from duties every year?
110,000
70,000
97,000
64,000
30. How much money was made from crown lands at the start of Henry's reign? (per year)
40,000
22,000
30,000
15,000
31. How much money was made from crown lands at the end of Henry's reign? (per year)
40,000
47,000
51,000
39,000
32. When was the Act of Resumption?
1488
1489
1491
1486
33. What was the Act of Resumption?
Restored all titles given out back to the King
All loans taken out under Richard III to be paid back immediately
All crown lands given out since 1455 to be returned to the King
All deeds given out since 1465 to be retuned to the King
34. How many Acts of Attainder were passed against Henry's nobility
124
154
138
141
35. How much money did Henry loan to Philip of Burgundy in 1505?
138,000
129,000
132,000
140,000
36. What year did Henry loan money to HRE Maximillian?
1505 - 1509
1503 - 1506
1500 - 1510
1503 - 1511
37. How much money total did Henry borrow from his richer subjects?
200,000
305,000
190,000
203,000
38. When was the Lovell and Stafford rebellion?
1485
1486
1487
1488
39. What was the cause of the Lovell and Stafford rebellion?
political discontent
bad harvest
too many taxes
religious ideas
40. When was the Royal Progress?
April 1486
January 1487
March 1487
December 1486
41. When was the Lambert Simnel Threat?
1486 - 1489
1486 - 1487
1489 - 1490
1487 - 1489
42. What year was the Battle of Stoke
1486
1488
1487
1489
43. How many troops were raised in the Lambert Simnel affair?
3,000
5,000
8,000
4,000
44. When was Elizabeth of York coronated?
1486
1487
1488
1489
45. When was Prince Arthur born?
1486
1485
1488
1487
46. How many peers were there at the start of Henry's reign?
61
34
50
57
47. How many peers were there at the end of Henry's reign?
32
56
35
60
48. How many of the remaining peers were 'major' peers?
10
20
23
15
49. How many people were appointed to the Order of the Garter?
31
28
34
37
50. When was the Yorkshire Rebellion?
1488
1487
1489
1486
51. What was the cause of the Yorkshire Rebellion?
religious upset
political discontent
too many taxes
52. Why were some other northern counties exempt from the extra tax?
Henry had allies there
Henry was born there
They were expected to fight the Scots
The were expected to fight the Irish
53. Who was the original spokesperson for the rebels?
Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland
Edward Poynings
Thomas Lovell
Henry Wyatt
54. Why would the King not go back on the taxes?
He wanted to assert his authority and protect Burgundy
He wanted to assert his authority and he believed in protecting Brittany
He wanted to protect Brittany and hurt Burgundy
He wanted to assert his authority and hurt Burgundy
55. What happened to the spokesperson when he returned with nothing?
He was shunned
He was sent back to the King again
He was murdered
He was disheartened
56. Who then led the rebels?
Henry Wyatt
Edward Poynings
John Wolsey
John Egremont
57. Who defeated the rebels?
The Duke of Northumberland
The Earl of Southhampton
The Duke of Hammerset
The Earl of Surrey
58. When was the Cornish Rebellion?
1488
1494
1497
1499
59. What was the main cause of the rebellion?
religious issues
political upset
bad harvest
anger at taxes
60. Which is NOT a reason why this rebellion was dangerous for Henry?
There were 15,000 men involved
They had learnt how to effectively use weapons
They attempted to exploit the weaknesses of Perkin Warbeck
They marched all the way to London only being stopped outside the city
61. How was this rebellion stopped?
The rebel leaders were killed and the others dispersed
They were backed into a field
They were met with another group of angry protesters
They were all killed
62. How was this rebellion linked to pretenders to the throne?
They were fighting in the name of Lambert Simnel
They were financed by Margaret of Burgundy
They were angry about taxes that were necessary due to Scottish attacks that were caused by Perkin Warbeck
They were supported by the Earl of Kildare
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