Frontiers and power in the early Tudor state

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History Today
Vol. 45, no. 4 (April 1995), p. 35-42

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Tudor monarchs could do anything - or could they? Steven Ellis examines what happened when wishes and commands from the centre had to be executed in practice in the remoter parts of the kingdom