The Royal Minorities of Medieval and Early Modern England by Charles Beem download in iPad, ePub, pdf
The splits became most evident towards the end. Gloucester thus took the post of Lord Protector of the Realm in order to rule England while Bedford was absent.
Tensions between both parties could be seen in events such as the Parliament of Bats. The Council soon split along lines of opposition and support to the continuation of the war in France.
However, for most of the period the regency council was able to govern effectively and fairly. The Crown had suffered huge war debts, and there was general lack of leadership in the French territories which seemed to be slipping slowly but surely out of English hands. Andrews on the royal minorities and protectorates of England from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries. Much of the period was marked by quarrels and disputes between Gloucester and the cardinal.
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