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36 articles found

Headword Date Article Type
'Darnel's case' sees five imprisoned Englishmen plead for release 1627 T Note
Bolingbroke is impeached 1715 T Note
Cardinal Wolsey is indicted in the Court of King's Bench 1529 T Note
Clement VII forbids lawyers from taking sides on Henry VIII's marriage 1530 T Note
Court of King's Bench prosecutes the entire clergy of England 1530 T Note
Cranmer declares Catherine of Aragon's marriage with Henry VIII void 1533 T Note
Cranmer opens court of enquiry into Catherine of Aragon 1533 T Note
Cranmer pronounces Anne Boleyn's marriage to Henry VIII lawful 1533 T Note
Duke of Buckingham is impeached 1626 T Note
Earl of Argyle is sentenced to death for treason 1681 T Note
Enquiry into conduct of Mary Queen of Scots reopens at Westminster 1568 T Note
Francis Bacon, the Lord Chancellor, is charged with corruption 1621 T Note
Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon testify to legatine court 1529 T Note
Henry VIII sends bishops to press his case with Clement VII 1531 T Note
Henry VIII tries to persuade the Pope to hasten his divorce proceedings 1528 T Note
James II introduces Roman Catholics into the Church and army 1686 T Note
Judge Jeffreys conducts the 'Bloody Assizes' 1685 T Note
Legal ruling that any Scot born after 1603 is a subject of the King of England 1608 T Note
Lord Finch, the Lord Keeper, is impeached by the Commons 1640 T Note
Lord Stafford is tried for treason 1680 T Note

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