The Chantries Act

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The Chantries Act

The Chanteries Act was introduced by Somerset's governement in 1547.

It was a logical extension of the dissolution of the monastries.

Chanteries were entirely catholic institution with no place in Edward's religious beliefs.

However, the act was motivated more by financial reasons than economical as more funding was needed to fund the continuation in war with Scotland.

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