A jack cade had started up, whose laws were to be administered at the point of the bayonet.
It was the headquarters of jack cade, as has already been related in chapter vi.
Here it was that jack cade established his headquarters, July 1, 1450.
jack cade led up his famishing thousands to lay their sufferings before the throne.
The rebellion of jack cade in 1450 was suppressed, only to be succeeded by more serious trouble.
The great jack cade, after swaying thousands of people, at last fell into the hands of a very simple clown.
The action is interrupted and lightened by the cheat of Simpcox and by the rebellion of jack cade.
I have read also of jack cade, and how he drew the multitudes after him, crying aloud for justice or death.
Perhaps this is why jack cade selected it in 1450 for his headquarters.
jack cade, however, had but too many friends within the gates of London.
"pet, tame," mid-15c., used in reference to young animals abandoned by their mothers and brought up by hand; of unknown origin.