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MOUSEHOLD HEATH: ROBERT CATESBY'S HOME, AND THE CADE MONUMENT

MOUSEHOLD HEATH: ROBERT CATESBY'S HOME, AND THE CADE MONUMENT

On Mouschold Heath, the plateau above Norwich, whose picturesque windmill (bottom) John Crome immortalised with his brush, Robert Kett assembled his Norfolk men for the rising of 1549. Ashby St. Ledgers, Northamptonshire (top left), about three miles north of Daventry, was the house of Robert Catesby, prime mover in the Gunpowder Plot. Jack Cade's monument (top right) stands at Cade Street, a hamlet three miles south-west of Heathfield, Sussex It records that on this spot the rebel leader was captured in 1450.

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THE LANTERN USED BY GUY FAWKES IN THE CELLAR BENEATH THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE

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