Third session of the 'Reformation Parliament' (65 words)

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The English Parliament meets, in the third session of what becomes known as the 'Reformation Parliament', sitting until 28th March. It passes an Act (the First Act of Annates) which drastically cuts down the amount of money passed from each English diocese to Rome, and threatens that unless Henry VIII receives his divorce by the end of the year, all such payments will be halted.

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Editors. "Third session of the 'Reformation Parliament'". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
[, accessed 22 June 2018.]

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  1. Anglican Reformation 16th Century - Politics and Religion

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