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Henry Courtenay and the Exeter Conspiracy

Things at court in the late 1530's were murky and filled with politics. There was potential war with France and Spain. Rebellion was brewing, both at home and abroad. And into this mess entered Henry Courtenay, a cousin to the King. Let's discuss.

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