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king, the crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster

public authority and private power, 1399-1461

by Helen Castor

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Lancaster (England : Duchy)
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1399-1485.,
    • Lancaster (England : Duchy) -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [313]325) and index.

      StatementHelen Castor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA245 .C37 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 343 p. ;
      Number of Pages343
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6780183M
      ISBN 100198206224
      LC Control Number00025746


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The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: Public Authority and Private Power, 1st Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and by:   The King, the The crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: Public Authority and Private Power, Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI were at the same time kings of England and dukes of Lancaster.

This book examines the complex relationship between their public authority and their personal lordship over a private inheritance/5(4). The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: Public Authority and Private Power, In Henry Bolingbroke, duke of Lancaster, seized the throne of England to become Henry IV.

In Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Lancaster, seized the throne of England to become Henry IV. Fromtherefore, the Lancastrian King — unlike their royal predecessors — commanded not only the public authority of the crown, but also the private power of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI were at the same time kings of England and dukes of Lancaster. This book examines the complex relationship between their public authority and their personal lordship over a private inheritance. In so doing, it sheds new light on late. This book examines the complex relationship between the king, the crown and the Duchy of Lancaster at both a national and a local level, focusing particularly on the north midlands and East Anglia and, in so doing, sheds light on the nature and functioning of the late medieval English monarchy/5(4).

The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: Public Authority and Private Power, Pdf. E-Book Review and Description: Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI have been at the comparable time kings of England and dukes of Lancaster.

This book examines the complex relationship between the king, the crown and the Duchy of Lancaster at both a national and a local level, focusing particularly on the north midlands and East Anglia and, in so doing, sheds light on the nature and functioning of the late medieval English : Helen Castor.

The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: Public Authority and Private Power, : Castor, Helen: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Helen Castor.

The Duchy of Lancaster is property held separately from the Crown Estate. This separation was established by Henry IV and then reinforced by Edward IV. So when George III signed over the profits (but not the ownership) of the Crown Estate in Fromtherefore, the Lancastrian kings - unlike their royal predecessors - commanded not only the public authority of the crown, but also the private power of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Until now, this has been seen simply as an advantage to the Lancastrian crown, and as an uncontroversial part of the evolution of a 'royal affinity' during the later middle ages. Shareable Link.

Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn by: The king, the crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster: public authority and private power, [Helen Castor] -- "In Henry Bolingbroke, duke of Lancaster. 1 Public Authority and Private Power; 2 The Duchy of Lancaster and the Lancastrian Kings; Part II The Crown, the Duchy of Lancaster, and the Rule of the Localities.

3 – The Lancastrian Crown in East Anglian Politics; 4 – The Duke of Suffolk and the Rule of East Anglia; 5 – The Struggle for Control. the Duchy of Lancaster,13 which applied the mediaeval doctrine of the King’s two bodies The Duchy was hived off from the royal demesne by Edward III for his son John of Gaunt.

When John’s son became Henry IV, the Duchy’s separation was confirmed, and Henry retained the private powers of a territorial magnate separate from the rights. Parliament passed an act abolishing kings and disabling the king’s issue from the Crown and its possessions, including the Duchy of Lancaster.

Many Crown and Duchy lands were sold to pay for the war. As a landed estate the Duchy ceased to exist although Cromwell did preserve the jurisdiction of the County Palatine of Lancaster. The Duke of Lancaster had now become one of the most important figures in the country.

When John died inthe young King Richard II was fearful of the power that the Lancaster inheritance gave to his heir, Henry Bolingbroke. Richard therefore banished Henry from England and. took the Duchy of Lancaster title, lands and properties for himself.

Details about The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster. The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster. Item information. Condition: Very Good: Price: £ Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster av Helen Castor på   Tomorrow (Friday 29th May ) the queen will make a private visit to Lancaster Castle to mark the th anniversary of the creation of the Duchy of Lancaster.

She will also visit a farm in Myerscough which has been owned continuously by the Duchy. As a result, and to avoid pecuniary embarrassment, he was granted a fixed civil list payment and the income retained from the Duchy of Lancaster. The King surrendered to parliamentary control the hereditary excise duties, post office revenues, and "the small branches" of hereditary revenue including rents of the Crown lands in England (which Founder: King George III.

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Academic but accessible, Given-Wilson gives a roughly chronological account of the reign and provides detailed analysis of major aspects: the king's household, the duchy of Lancaster, Henry's struggle for solvency, the war at sea, his wars in Wales and Scotland, the problem of heresy (etc)/5(5).

Duchy of Lancaster, Palatinate of Lancaster, Physical description: 51 series Immediate source of acquisition: Duchy of Lancaster, from Custodial history: In early times, some of the Duchy's records were kept locally by estate officers who needed them for reference; others were kept at the duke's various castles.

William IV only held the Duchy revenues in body politic by his Parliamentary title as King through the Act of Settlement of Several years later, the ex-Lord Chancellor, Lord Brougham, spoke in on the nature of both the Duchy of Cornwall and the Duchy of Lancaster.

The Cowcher Books of the Duchy of Lancaster WT HEN Henry of Bolingbroke obtained the crown in he was already heir to the Duchy of Lancaster through his mother Blanche, one of the daughters of the first duke of Lancaster. One of his first acts as Henry IV was to settle the Duchy on himself and his heirs, but separate from the Crown, under a.

The Crown. The Queen does legally own the duchy (just as Prince Charles, Duke of Cornwall legally owns the duchy of Cornwall). But don’t go thinking it’s her own personal family property, because it isn’t. Anything belonging to the Crown is not he. The Crown Lands Act of placed a bar on the alienation of Duchy assets, restricting the Sovereign to the receipt of income generated by these assets.

Later legislation allowed for more flexibility, permitting the sale and purchase of land and the granting of long leases under the Duchy of Lancaster Lands Act and the subsequent Duchy of. In Lancaster the beneficiaries are the Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund and the Duchy of Lancaster Jubilee Trust, while in Cornwall The Duke of Cornwall's Benevolent Fund receives the assets.

[9] When the English King established in the Office of the Royal Escheator to centralize bona vacantia, Earl Edmund of Cornwall pressed his claim. Helen Castor, The King, the Crown, and the Duchy of Lancaster. Public Authority and Private Power,Oxford, Oxford University Press,XIII p Author: Alain Boureau.

In Lancaster the beneficiaries are the Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund and the Duchy of Lancaster Jubilee Trust, while in Cornwall The Duke of Cornwall’s Benevolent Fund receives the assets. [9] When the English King established in the Office of the Royal Escheator to centralize bona vancatia, Earl Edmund of Cornwall pressed his claim.

The Duke of Lancaster is the titular owner of the estates of the Duchy of Lancaster and head of the County Palatine of Lancaster. It is also an ancient title that is informally used within Lancaster to describe Elizabeth II, the monarch of the United Kingdom.

The Duchy of Lancaster exists as a Inaugural holder: Henry IV. The Duke of Lancaster is the titular owner of the estates of the Duchy of Lancaster and head of the County Palatine of is also an ancient title that is informally used within Lancaster to describe Elizabeth II, the monarch of the United Duchy of Lancaster exists as a separate entity from the Crown Estate and currently provides income for the British monarch.

The Duchy of Lancaster was created in but became merged with the Crown when, inHenry Bolingbroke, Duke of Lancaster, ascended the throne of England as Henry IV. Nowadays the Duchy of Lancaster always belongs to the sovereign and its revenue is the Privy Purse. The Duchy of Lancaster dates back to when King Henry IV declared that the original Lancaster inheritance, including land and properties, should be held separately from other Crown property.

Lancaster (England: Duchy) -- Charters, grants, privileges, Lancaster (England: Duchy) -- History Sources, genealogy Publisher London: S. & J. Bentley, Wilson, and Fley Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages:   THE Queen's income from the Duchy of Lancaster estate – which funds the operating costs of several members of the Royal Family – has risen by per cent to £ million.

Prince William, 37, is the heir to the Prince of Wales’ £1billion Duchy of Cornwall Estate, and had a meeting with the Secretary of The Duchy of Cornwall just last week. The vast estates. The north transept window has the red rose of Lancaster and the arms of John of Gaunt. When John of Gaunt’s son Henry IV became King, the Duchy of Lancaster merged with the crown.

When Charles I became king, the manor of Aylsham was mortgaged and eventually sold to Sir John Hobart of Blickling. The Duchy of Lancaster is the private estate of the British sovereign as Duke of Lancaster.

[1] [2] The principal purpose of the estate is to provide a source of independent income to the sovereign. [2] [3] The estate consists of a portfolio of lands, properties and assets held in trust for the sovereign and is administered separately from the Crown Estate.

[3]. The Queen’s private income from the vast Duchy of Lancaster estate — which includes a large block of hugely valuable West End land off the Strand — has passed the £20 million a year mark Author: Jonathan Prynn.There were several Dukes of Lancaster in the 14th and early 15th centuries.

See also Duchy of Lancaster. There were three creations of the Dukedom of Lancaster. The first creation was on 6 Marchfor Henry of Grosmont, 4th Earl of Lancaster, a great-grandson of Henry III; he was also 4th Earl of Leicester, 1st Earl of Derby, 1st Earl of Lincoln and Lord of Bowland.

He died in and the Formation: 6 March, Early life and marriage. Son and heir of Sir Humphrey Stafford (died ), he had been knighted by Some time before then he had married Elizabeth, daughter and coheiress of Sir John Maltravers of Hooke, eth's mother, also called Elizabeth, had already wed Humphrey's father, and the younger Elizabeth was intended to marry John, Lord Lovell, but the king, Richard II, forbade.