Makers of Modern Wales:
Planned by David Williams , Lecturer in History at the University College,
Lesson 2: Bishop Lee and Sir John Price
Bishop Lee governed Wales with great severity for nine years, from 1534 to 1543, and during this period great changes were introduced. Of these the greatest was the removal of all differences between Wales and England by the Act of Union of 1536, a change which was carried out much against the Bishop's will. An active part in this union was taken by a young lawyer, John Price of Brecon, who enriched himself with the lands of the Church, but who was also greatly interested in Welsh scholarship.
Under the direction of Ernest Binns from the Pier Pavilion, Colwyn Bay
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The White Aces
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