1530-34: Acts passed to secure RS.

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What did Henry do in 1530?
Gathered opinions on the great matter from Europe's finest universities. 7 were in favour of Henry's case but many were bribed. More's job was to present the findings to parliament.
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What was the Collectanea Satis Copiosa and when was it collected?
It was composed of ancient English manuscripts and Anglo Saxon chronicles to act as historical precedents that supported RS and were collected in 1530.
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Who was responsible for collectanea satis copiosa?
Henry's leading clerical supporters, led by Edward Foxe, Bishop of Hereford and Thomas Cramner.
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Why was the church forced to pay subsidy as a fine in February 1531?
For their endorsement of Wolsey's papal posts.
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How much were the clergy charged for praemunire?
£118,000
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When was the Act in conditional restraint of Annates passed?
March 1532
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What did the Act in conditional restraint of Annates mean?
That if the pope refused to consecrate bishops as a result of annates being abolished, those bishops would be consecrated by english authority.
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What were annates?
Payments made to Rome by bishops when they took up their posts for the first time. In return for consecration, a payment was made equivalent to 1/3 of a years income.
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When was the Act in restraint of Appeals?
1533
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What was the Act in Restraint of Appeals?
Ended appeals to Rome and ordered them to be heard by English Church courts.
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When was Henry's marriage declared void?
23 May 1533 on the grounds that the papal dispensation was invalid.
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When was Anne crowned queen?
1 June 1533
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What did the Pope declare in July 1533?
That Anne was not the king's wife and Henry was excommunicated.
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When was the Act of Dispensations?
1534
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What was the Act of Dispensations?
Stopped all payments to Rome including Peter's Pence. Dispensations issued by Archbishop of Canterbury not Rome.
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What was the Act of Succession and when was it?
Registered invalidity of Henry and Catherine's marriage and validity of his marriage to Anne. Heirs of their marriage legitimised and Mary was a *******.
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When was the Act of Supremacy and the Treason law?
1534
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What did the Act of Supremacy mean?
That Henry was the supreme head of the church.
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What was the Treason Law?
Capital offence to slander the supremacy or to deny the king's new title.
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