Conservative Edmund Bonner is elected Bishop of London

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Historical Context Note

The bishopric of London is granted to a reactionary clergyman, Edmund Bonner, another indication, along with the Six Articles, that Henry VIII is moving away from the reforming enthusiasm of previous years.
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Editors. "Conservative Edmund Bonner is elected Bishop of London". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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