History articles tagged with 'Board of Agriculture'
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This cartoon character humourously reprsented the essence of an Englishman
The character was invented by John Arbuthnot, a political pamphleteer
He first appeared in the History of John Bull, in 1712
30 March, 1533
Thomas Cranmer named Archbishop of Canterbury
Cranmer's influence over the English Reformation was profound
This king was the son of Richard, Duke of York, and a leader of the Yorkist cause in the Wars of the Roses
He took the throne after the murder of Henry VI
He was followed to the throne by Edward V