applied. 37 Widespread evasion proved to be a problem, and the tax only raised 18,600 far short of the 50,000 that had been hoped for. x Dyer 2003,. . 6263; Brie 1906,. . 231; Tuck 1987,. .
Troubles extended north to York, Beverley and Scarborough, and as far west as Bridgwater in Somerset. 131; Oman 1906,. . 99100 a b Saul 1999,. . 2; Dunn 2002,. . He died aged 35 in 1422, leaving the kingdom to his baby son who grew up to be the hapless and mentally unstable Henry. 196; Hilton 1995,. . The historian Nigel Saul is doubtful of their guilt in collaborating with the rebels. London, UK and New York, US: Hambledon and London. For them it was a visible embodiment of the ancestors, of their family and its values and achievements. 13 These attempted to fix wages at pre-plague levels, making it a crime to refuse work or to break an existing contract, imposing fines on those who transgressed. Bondmen Made Free: Medieval Peasant Movements and the English Rising of 1381 (New.). 52 As a result, in 1381 the ruling classes in London were unstable and divided.
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Revolts also occurred across the rest of England, particularly in the cities of th e north, traditionally centres.