This book tells the story of William Stapleton, a key figure in the Pilgrimage of Grace, a popular revolt that took place in northern England in 1536. As a leader of the uprising, Stapleton played a crucial role in mobilizing the rebels and negotiating with the authorities. The book offers a fascinating glimpse into this pivotal moment in English history.
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