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Headword Date Article Type
A list of heretical books including Tyndale's Bible is drawn up in London 1530 T Note
An Arian is burnt for heresy at Smithfield 1612 T Note
Anne Askew is burnt at Smithfield for denying transubstantiation 1546 T Note
Bishop Hooper of Gloucester is burnt at Smithfield for heresy 1555 T Note
Burnings of Protestants provokes disillusionment with Mary's reign 1557 T Note
Cardinal Wolsey dissolves 22 religious houses 1528 T Note
Charles II withdraws Declaration of Indulgence 1673 T Note
Cromwell prohibits Anglican services 1655 T Note
English Parliament draws up severe anti-Catholic legislation 1581 - 1581 T Note
English Parliament imposes severe penalties against Roman Catholics 1606 T Note
Henry Barrow convicted of slandering Queen Elizabeth 1593 T Note
Henry VII banishes Flemings from England 1493 T Note
James I removes the £20 per month fines levied on Catholic recusants 1603 T Note
James, Duke of York, is forced by Test Act to resign as Lord High Admiral 1673 T Note
Jesuit Robert Southwell is hanged at Tyburn 1595 T Note
John Penry is executed for denying Queen Elizabeth's royal supremacy 1593 T Note
Outcry against Archbishop Laud at the punishment of Puritans 1639 T Note
Parliament legislates to expel Jesuits and seminary priests 1584 - 1584 T Note
Petition to Henry VIII about severity of the church courts 1532 T Note
Protestants begin to leave England for Geneva and Zurich 1553 T Note

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