Economic consequences of the Royal Supremacy

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What was the result of annexing First Fruits and Tenths to the Crown?
Any new benefice holder had to pay one years income to the crown and an annual levy of one tenth of the value of the benefice after that.
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What survey was carried out to show clerical incomes and keep Henry up-to-date?
The Valor Ecclesiasticus. This was carried out by Cromwell.
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How much did the clergy pay from 1485 - 1534?
£4,800 a year to Rome.
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How much did the clergy pay Henry in 1535?
£46,052.
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What did the Act Extinguishing the Authority of the Bishop of Rome accomplish?
Removed papal rights to preach and teach in England.
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What survey was carried out to show clerical incomes and keep Henry up-to-date?

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The Valor Ecclesiasticus. This was carried out by Cromwell.

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How much did the clergy pay from 1485 - 1534?

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How much did the clergy pay Henry in 1535?

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What did the Act Extinguishing the Authority of the Bishop of Rome accomplish?

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