THE NORTHERN REBELLION OF 1569

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    "The Northern Rebellion was short-lived: it reached its peak in November 1569 and by January of the new year it was at an end, its leaders fled into Scotland or in custody, while the ordinary rebels dissipated. Nonetheless, the significance of the Northern Rebellion of 1569 should not be underestimated: some 6000 men rode with the rebel leaders, towns and cities including Durham were successfully taken and crucially its impact reached far beyond its limited lifespan, influencing the Elizabethan authorities for years to come...."
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    Link: https://huntingrebels.wordpress.com/the-northern-rebellion-of-1569/
    Resource type: Text/Website
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 7 years, 9 months ago
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