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Rebellion of the Northern Earls
Statute of Artificers placed a cap on wages of skilled labourers
Outbreak of Sweating Sickness
Act of the 10 Articles - 4 Sacraments lost. Ambiguity regarding the Eucharist and passage in to heaven.
Act of parliament – Voluntary contributions were given by parishioners to help impotent poor.
Cardinal Reginald Pole is made Archbishop of Canterbury
Outbreak of plague may have killed 20% of the population of London
The Institution of the Christian Man
Elizabeth tries to ban clerical marriage but compromises upon sending wives and children away
Act of the 6 Articles – clear statement of Catholicism. Transubstantiation, Celibacy of Priests, confirmed all sacraments
Small Pox epidemic
Worst Harvest of the century
Cumberland Rising
42 Articles – strongly protestant, confirmed justification by faith and predestination. (Was never enacted in to law due to Edward’s death)
Cloth Trade – An act setting out the minimum standards of cloth. Only those who had served proper apprenticeships could be weavers
Royal Injunctions (Cromwell) – Continued moves towards Protestantism with attacks on images and sermons against worshiping images.
Queen Mary and Prince Philip of Spain are married
Henry VIII and Catherine Parr marry
1st Book of Common Prayer – A compromise – only ceremonial changes established.
Government and church encourages people to contribute to poor relief
SUCCESSION – 3rd Act of Succession (1543) confirmed with slight alterations – Mary is only allowed to marry with Privy Council consent and Frances Grey is added to the successi
Mary I passes the renewed heresy laws which permits the sentence of death by burning
July – Book of Homilies – Set of Protestants sermons for priests who were unable to preach effectively
Thomas Cranmer is burned at the stake for heresy
Ket’s Rebellion Rising in Norfolk, primarily caused by enclosure and other socio-economic issues. Also involved calls for further protestant reforms to take place.
Stone Alters removed and replaced with wooden ones (Stone suggested sacrifice but wood suggested a more simple meal in remembrance)
Death of Queen Mary, Princess Elizabeth succeeds her
Pilgrimage of Grace rebellion. Robert Aske led a band of nine thousand followers and they entered and occupied York. Henry authorised Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk to promise
Act for Dissolution of the Smaller Monasteries
Western Rebellion Rising in the West of England against the Prayer Book and King Edward VI's religious policies. Ended at the Battle of Samford Courtenay
John Hooper, Bishop of Gloucester is burned at the stake for heresy
The Necessary Doctrine and Erudition for Any Christian Man, (also known as the King’s Book) was published and attributed to King Henry VIII.
Katherine Howard is executed for adultery and treason
1st Act of Uniformity introduces the Book of Common Prayer
SUCCESSION – 3rd Act of Succession – Edward is inline then his heirs, then Mary then Elizabeth
Vestment Controversy
Pope takes Pole’s title ‘Legate’ away
FACTION – Failed conservative plot against Cranmer
Act of 6 Articles Repealed
John Rogers is burned at the stake, he was the first to be sentenced under the renewed heresy laws
Government send commissioners to catch people enclosing unlawfully
Royal injunctions – Clergy must preach in English and have an English bible in their church
Henry VIII authorizes the first publication of “the Great Bible” in English to be read in church services.
Elizabethan Settlement – Act of Uniformity and Supremacy. Established Elizabeth I as supreme Governor of the Church of England. Restored religious law established in 1552
New Ordinal – new rules about ordination of new clergy – clergy would still wear catholic vestments.
FACTION – The Exeter Conspiracy
Beginning of the Debasement of Coinage
John Dudley, the Duke of Northumberland, is executed for treason
Mary I passes the Second Act of Repeal which voided all religious laws passed after 1529
Royal Injunctions (Cromwell) – Priests told to promote supremacy and ten articles. They should also offer both an English Bible and Latin Bible
Tax on Sheep and Cloth Increased
Marriage between Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves annulled
Act of the 39 Articles – clearly set out protestant beliefs but did not fully satisfy more radical protestants.
Edward Seymour declared Lord Protector of England
Census to reduce unauthorised begging.
Collapse in Cloth Exports
Attempt to revive cloth industry and towns by restricting the rules of apprenticeship
2nd Act of Uniformity – Confirmed 2nd book of common prayer.
Execution of Anne Askew for denying Transubstantiation
FACTION – Failed conservative plot against Catherine Parr
Execution of Lady Jane Grey and her husband, Guildford Dudley
Influenza Epidemic spread through the country killing many.
Wyatt’s Rebellion
Act restricting Cloth manufacture to places where the industry had been established for at least ten years.
Bishops Ridley and Latimer are burned at the stake for heresy
A bill is introduced, and later enacted, called the Act of Supremacy, which declares Henry to be the supreme head of the Church of England
Henry’s last will excludes Gardiner from the Privy Council.
Forces loyal to Princess Mary disperse Suffolk’s troops and Lady Jane Grey is imprisoned in the Tower of London
Bishop Stephen Gardiner is created Lord Chancellor of England after his release from the Tower of London
SUCCESSION – 2nd Henrician Act of Succession – Elizabeth is removed from the succession (Mary was already removed in 1534)
Edward Seymour is executed based on trumped up charges of treason
1st Marian Act of Repeal – all reforms under Edward VI were undone.
Lady Jane Grey is proclaimed Queen of England
Bishop Stephen Gardiner, Lord Chancellor of England dies
Elizabeth I falls ill with Small Pox
Death of Henry VIII, Edward the Prince of Wales succeeds him
French and Spanish Monarchs declared bankrupt
The English Litany – Set of prayers enforced that were to be spoken in English
Elizabeth allows a Latin version of the Prayer Book
Edward VI dies
Reginald Pole returns from exile
Birth of Prince Edward
People ordered to pay poor relief – refusers would be taken to court
End of Debasement of Coinage
Henry VIII and Katherine Howard are married
Lincolnshire Uprising after the closure of Louth Abbey
Vagrancy Act – Impotent poor to be helped with collections made by churches.
Act ordering that Land used from crops for at least four of the last 35 years must remain arable
Enclosure Commission established under John Hales
2nd Book of Common Prayer – Fully protestant
FACTION - Somerset’s Fall from Power

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