Second Uniformity Act authorises more radical Second Prayer Book (37 words)

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In succession to the Act of Uniformity which it had passed in 1549, sparking off a serious popular rebellion, the English Parliament passes a second Uniformity Act, enforcing the use of Edward VI's more radical Second Prayer Book.

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Editors. "Second Uniformity Act authorises more radical Second Prayer Book". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
[, accessed 19 March 2018.]

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