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The Gunpowder Plot

Parent Category: History of England
The Gunpowder Plot of 1605 was a failed assassination attempt on King James I. It was so named due to the 36 barrels of gunpowder that were intended to blow up Parliament.

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No one really knows. but, Guy Fawkes served the Spanish army as an explosives expert, so it could be him. More likely though, it was taken from the tower of London.They can sell in hunting area, but you need licence to buy it.
what year did guy forks try to blow up the houses of Parliament
In the Gunpowder Plot, the gunpowder was located underneath the  House of Lords. Everyone that participated in the plot was  sentenced to death.
one of the conspirators sent an anonymous letter to his brother in  law warning him not to attend the state opening of parliament he  notified the king and the buildings and cellars were seaerched  leading to guy fawkes discovery
Francis Tresham, because he feared that his friend and brother-in-law, Lord Monteagle, was likely to die in the resulting explosion.
  Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament (where Parliament sits) and not the Tower of London (which is a castle and prison at the other end of London) on November 5th 1605. They were hoping to kill many of the Protestant nobility in the house of Lords but was exposed when one of...
Guido Fawlkes was found the night before checking the gunpowder
Guido Fawkes (Guy Fawkes) role in The Gunpowder plot was to get the Gunpowder, move it to Parliament and lastly to light it and blow Parliament up. But the main aim is to blow the House of Lords up because King James, the lords and Bishops will be there.
The courts were, and are, empowered by the monarch. The trial was a foregone conclusion as Fawkes was caught red-handed, so how do you answer your question? Was it the trial judge, the jury who found him guilty of Treason, or the King in whose name this was all done?
dont know but as he was caught red handed it is a moot point   ---------------   Fawkes did indeed plead not guilty. His reasoning was ignorance of  certain aspects of his indictment. But he was still found guilty  and sentenced to death.
Guy Fawkes was a devout Catholic and James I was a Protestant. The King was the supreme head of the church so the Church of England was Protestant. Guy Fawkes wanted to kill the King so a Catholic King could take his place.
because that was his real name, but we just know him as Guy
when a anonymous letter was sent to catholic member of parliament Lord Monteagle warning him to stay home on November 5Th.
The knowledge that innocent people will be killed is a strong motivator of a guilty conscience to reveal planned destructive acts, even today.King James the 1st's nine-year-old daughter was to be in attendance that fateful day.
'Cus he might get annoyed and spaz out and jump out of a window where some terrorist guy sees him and goes 'alalalalalala' and blows him up, but neither he nor the terrorist are dead, so 'John Johnson' suggests that the terrorist should in fact but rape James. Now that's what I call a threat!
  == Answer ==   As a man the man in change of the Gunpowder Plot to rid England of Protestant Rule. He was executed for his part in this plot at the age of 36
The answer previously provided details the death by hanging,  drawin, and quartering of the convicted Guy (Guido) Fawkes.    Fawkes had somewhat cooperated with his captors after having been  arrested in the cellars below Parliament's chambers at Westminister  Hall. Fawkes gave a partial...
The Gunpowder Plot, a conspiracy by Roman Catholic gentry in  England, was led by Robert  Catesby. He was a Catholic of wealth and lineage  who had suffered much as a recusant both by fines and imprisonment.  The plan was to blow up London's Houses of Parliament. The plot  failed when Guy...
There are numerous theories by different contributors detailed below: Robert Cecil framed Guy Fawkes (some people believe). All gunpowder was controlled by the government and kept in the tower of London so they must have got permission off the king to buy it, that was very hard. also the cellar was...
He was a Roman Catholic Revolutionary involved in the failed 1605 Gunpowder Plot against King James I if England for which he was drawn, quartered and hung.. Guy (or Guido) Fawkes was a soldier in Catholic Spain's Army. He is mostly known for his famous Gunpowder Plot against Parliament on 5th...
King James I of scot (Mary gueen of Scots son) The Gunpowder Plot - The Proof http://video.yahoo.com/watch/3501265/9726127
One of the Catholic gang who intended to blow up the (mainly Protestant) House of Lords sent a letter to a Catholic Peer to warn him. He became suspicious and a search of the cellars was carried out. The gunpowder was discovered and Guy Fawkes captured when he came to explode it.
King James I dealt severely with Catholic Christians; locking them up in prison ordering for their murder and taking their money simply because they followed a foreign leader, alias The Pope. The Catholics were annoyed at this and decided to take action through a group of plotters and their Leader...
No he didn`t. He was discovered in the cellar of Parliament, overpowered by guards and arrested. The gunpowder plot didn`t end with a bang, but a whimper.
The general consensus among historians is that gunpowder was invented in China in the 9th century. During the 10th century, the Chinese began to use a weapon called the "fire lance," one of the earliest confirmed gunpowder weapons. This invention was later followed by the invention of the mine, the...
  people often make the mistake of thinking he was burned when actually he was hung. people get the idea from when, on bonfire night, people sometimes burn a doll of guy but actually that is just to symbolise him plotting to blow up parliament
Robert Catesby, Guy Fawkes, Sir Everard Digby, and Sir Ambrose Rookwood.
November 5th is a commemoration of the discovery and foiling of the gunpowder plot which was intended to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605. Guido Fawkes was the man who was caught but not the main perpetrator.
No, Guy Fawkes was infact around within the 16th and 17th Century, the Date making him famous was the 5th November 1603 when he attempted to blow up Parliment. Known as 'The Gunpowder Plot.'
I am quite persuaded by recent historical research that suggests Guido Fawkes and his so-called accomplices had nothing to do with any kind of plot at all. The suggestion is that so much gunpowder - barrels and barrels of the stuff - was quite publically 'discovered' underneath Westminster Hall that...
First he was tortured. Then he was dragged to his place of execution. Then hung until almost dead. After that his belly was slit open and his genitalia removed. Then cut into four pieces and finally beheaded. (Hung, drawn and quartered)
At first there was 14 but when the government found the plotters in Holbeach House on the 7th November they only found 13.
The Cunningham test would be justifiable to a persons guilty mind, since the Cunningham test is a subjective test, so the test is mainly on the person who is convicted of the crime. The Caldwell test is an objective test that the jury will give a verdict based on the act of the person whom is...
He sent a letter to Parliment saying it was gong to be blown up because his brother was in Parliment the same day as James I
Spain is not linked to the Gunpowder Plot that I can find.Before the death of Elisabeth I of England some exiled English Catholics favoured the Infanta Isabela, daughter of Philip II of Spain, as the successor to Elisabeth II. I wouldn't call that a link.I believe the Gunpowder Plot was an all...
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because of what he attempted to do. No one else would've ever tried to kill the king, although they may have wanted to. He is remembered as a hero in some cases and others as a typical terrorist. as spoken by Chloe B
It's is important because its a reminder of the Plot and the downfall of the Catholic Conspirators.
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5th November 1605 remember remember the 5th of November
Oh because of a little thing called treason and attempted murder. He tried to blow up Parliament with the people in it.
Committing treason and attempted mass murder tend to cause extreme punishments. Trying to blow up the seat of government will bring down a serious punishment.
him and his friends got the 36 gunpowder plot carried by the ships and thomas catesby rented a house so close to the parliament and guy fawks made a tunnel and into the parliament and on the 5th November was when he was going to blow up parliament but he got tortured and hangedAllah this is true in...
They were executed, specifically by being hung, drawn and quartered. That is as horrible as it sounds.
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becase the king wasnt treating catholics fairly
Robert Catesby was the leader of the group that Guy Fawkes was in.
Guy Fawkes was tortured in the Tower of London
He was tortured for 3-4 days, historians estimate, in the tower of London Hope this helps xx
Many people believe that Guy Fawkes was guilty but there is evidence to suggest that he was framed by the King's Advisor, Robert Cecil.
Remeber remember the 5th of November
he tried to blow up houses of parliament by sneaking in lots of gun powder
he was a catholic and he liked sports
he live in childwood
a number of catholic conspiritors including guy Fawkes tried to burn down the houses of parliament with the gun powder plot.. i don't know the rest but i think basically they put him on the fire to burn.
No, they are not. Guy Fawkes is a real figure in the English History. Halloween is an ancient druid celebration of season change. The only possible connection is a vague geographical overlap.
A majority of New Zealanders are of British decsent so the Gunpowder Plot is an extended part of their history aswell, eventhough it took place on English soil.
countries of the Commonwealth celebrate it due to their link to the UK
To kill King James, in order to prevent the publishing of the 1611 King James bible.
He was specifically tasked to light the fuse attached to the gunpowder and escape across the River Thames.
The target of the gunpowder plot in 1605 was: the House Of Lords. Now these days we celebrate that event on the 5th of November. The poem is:"Remember, remember the 5th of November.The Gunpowder treason and plots.I know no reason why gunpowder treason shall ever be forgot"
No, because of the religious and political attachments to the celebration.
It was not a Queen, it was James the I of England, otherwise known as James VI of Scotland.
No he didnt because no one could pay him is those days
His Mum was called Edith Fawkes and his dad was called Edward Fawkes.