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'Darnel's case' sees five imprisoned Englishmen plead for release 1627 Context Note
All magistrates are to swear loyalty to the King and Church of England 1661 Context Note
Bolingbroke is impeached 1715 Context Note
Cardinal Wolsey is indicted in the Court of King's Bench 1529 Context Note
Clement VII forbids lawyers from taking sides on Henry VIII's marriage 1530 Context Note
Court of King's Bench prosecutes the entire clergy of England 1530 Context Note
Cranmer declares Catherine of Aragon's marriage with Henry VIII void 1533 Context Note
Cranmer opens court of enquiry into Catherine of Aragon 1533 Context Note
Cranmer pronounces Anne Boleyn's marriage to Henry VIII lawful 1533 Context Note
Duke of Buckingham is impeached 1626 Context Note
Earl of Argyle is sentenced to death for treason 1681 Context Note
Enquiry into conduct of Mary Queen of Scots reopens at Westminster 1568 Context Note
Francis Bacon becomes Attorney General 1613 Context Note
Francis Bacon, the Lord Chancellor, is charged with corruption 1621 Context Note
Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon testify to legatine court 1529 Context Note
Henry VIII sends bishops to press his case with Clement VII 1531 Context Note
Henry VIII tries to persuade the Pope to hasten his divorce proceedings 1528 Context Note
James II introduces Roman Catholics into the Church and army 1686 Context Note
Judge Jeffreys conducts the 'Bloody Assizes' 1685 Context Note
Legal ruling that any Scot born after 1603 is a subject of the King of England 1608 Context Note

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