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If wishes were horses

The extraordinary conclusion to the television adaptation of Wolf Hall was as haunting as it was pertinent. If the assumption of security of tenure for the sovereign through a masculine heir was ignored and the reality of an eventual succession to one of the greatest periods of stability of any monarch (through their daughter, Elizabeth), was known, perhaps events would have been different. Certainly, the memory of civil war and his fathers fragile crown contributed to the choices made by the Tudors most infamous monarch. Henry lives to regret some of these choices, including the botched execution of Cromwell, on charges as arguably trumped-up as those that undid Anne Boleyn before him. Winkworth Salisbury's offices were built in the time of Elizabeth's successor and around the same time as the Jacobean King visited the city. In 1610 and 1612, Sir Thomas Saddler, registrar to the current bishop of Salisbury, and his wife hosted King James I, Queen Ann of Denmark, and Henry, Prince of Wales, in a building in The Close that is now Salisbury Museum. From that point on, the house was known as "The King's House." The house retains its original wooden door, while a stained glass window on the first floor shows the arms of Prince Henry. We are also offering a wonderful converted pub in Tisbury, with origins from the sixteen hundreds. The riding around Tisbury in the Cranborne Chase is lovely and the choice of country pubs makes shanks'pony a pretty good option too. http://www.winkworth.co.uk/sale/property/detached-house-for-sale-in-high-street-wiltshire-sp3/SAL140015 Winkworth Salisbury            

The extraordinary conclusion to the television adaptation of Wolf Hall was as haunting as it was pertinent.

If the assumption of security of tenure for the sovereign through a masculine heir was ignored and the reality of an eventual succession to one of the greatest periods of stability of any monarch (through their daughter, Elizabeth), was known, perhaps events would have been different.

Certainly, the memory of civil war and his fathers fragile crown contributed to the choices made by the Tudors most infamous monarch. Henry lives to regret some of these choices, including the botched execution of Cromwell, on charges as arguably trumped-up as those that undid Anne Boleyn before him.

Winkworth Salisbury's offices were built in the time of Elizabeth's successor and around the same time as the Jacobean King visited the city. In 1610 and 1612, Sir Thomas Saddler, registrar to the current bishop of Salisbury, and his wife hosted King James I, Queen Ann of Denmark, and Henry, Prince of Wales, in a building in The Close that is now Salisbury Museum. From that point on, the house was known as "The King's House." The house retains its original wooden door, while a stained glass window on the first floor shows the arms of Prince Henry.

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We are also offering a wonderful converted pub in Tisbury, with origins from the sixteen hundreds.

The Cross Kitchen

The riding around Tisbury in the Cranborne Chase is lovely and the choice of country pubs makes shanks'pony a pretty good option too.

http://www.winkworth.co.uk/sale/property/detached-house-for-sale-in-high-street-wiltshire-sp3/SAL140015

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