Great to see this back. Nice way to have Cecil survive.
I hadn't considered the calendar before, but I think you're right that it would have been changed by Elizabeth's Catholic ministers. I'm sure some of her current ministers would like to go back but that would be far more complicated and not practical.
However, it is also possible that during the time of trouble before she regained her throne the Catholics put England on the Gregorian calendar.
- Are the British Isles still on the old Julian calendar? If they are and the rest of Europe is on the Gregorian one, as was the case in our timeline, I wonder if that might be able to play into a little trick the queen and Frederick can use to make the austrians think that they are days away from getting back and capturing the criminals, so they think they have time to hide again, while in fact they arrive and catch them by surprise.
I must have pressed something wrong with my nose, there is for some reason an indent and I can't remove it. That happens on my tablet sometimes when I am holding it since I have to get so close.
Thank you.@Jammy Garnet was a 'leading Jesuit in England' whom Elizabeth was forced to make Archbishop of Canterbury when she first became queen (post 1). It's very clear (post 6) that he fully supported the conspirators and that he just wanted her to be a meek, compliant queen under their control. When she took control (post 48) she exiled him.