Nicholas Heath, Archbishop of York, is appointed Lord Chancellor

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Historical Context Note


Nicholas Heath, Archbishop of York, is appointed Lord Chancellor of England. He is to hold this post for the next two years, but is forced to give it up under the new queen Elizabeth I, since he refuses to comply with her religiously reformist practices.
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Editors. "Nicholas Heath, Archbishop of York, is appointed Lord Chancellor". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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