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English Protestant exiles return from Zurich and Geneva 1558 Context Note
Parliament passes the Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity 1559 - 1559 Context Note
John Knox returns to Scotland 1559 Context Note
The Elizabethan Prayer Book is first used 1559 Context Note
Church of Scotland founded 1560 Context Note
Calvinistic First Book of Discipline becomes basis of Church of Scotland 1560 Context Note
John Knox articulates a Calvinist constitution for the Church of Scotland 1561 Context Note
The Thirty-Nine Articles 1562 Context Note
Religious conformity required by the Advertisements of Archbishop Parker 1566 Context Note
Pope Pius V excommunicates Elizabeth I 1570 Context Note
Parliament passes anti-Catholic acts 1571 - 1571 Context Note
John Leslie, Bishop of Ross, confesses the Ridolfi Conspiracy 1571 Context Note
Two Dutch Anabaptists are burnt at Smithfield on Elizabeth's orders 1575 Context Note
Puritans in Parliament fail to gain radical Church reform 1576 Context Note
Archbishop Edward Grindal suspended for refusing to suppress Puritanism 1577 Context Note
Seminary priest Cuthbert Maine is executed for treason 1577 Context Note
Puritanism 1580 Context
Jesuits Robert Parsons and Edmund Campion land in England 1580 Context Note
English Parliament draws up severe anti-Catholic legislation 1581 - 1581 Context Note
James VI signs the second Confession of Faith in Scotland 1581 Context Note

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