Sir Thomas Wyatt dictating terms to Queen Mary in the council chamber of the White Tower c Wyatt c was involved in the failed attempt organised by the Duke of Northumberland to istall Lady Jane Grey on the English throne after the death of Edward VI He escaped punishment by Queen Mary but later led a rebellion in opposition to her plans to marry Prince Philip later King Philip II of Spain Wyatt occupied Rochester on January but his uprising had little support outside Kent He marched on London with men but an anticipated rising amongst loyalist troops failed to materialise and Wyatts supporters began to desert After an attempt to force entry into the City at Ludgate failed Wyatt surrendered He offered no defence when tried for treason but his execution was delayed because Mary hoped that he would implicate her sister Elizabeth in the plot Wyatt did not do so instead clearing her of any involvement from the scaffold
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