Elizabeth I Religion - Facts

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How many clergy were deprived due to the visitations from 1559 to 1603?
400 (visitations based on the injunctions of 1559)
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Initial fine for recusancy? (1559)
1 shilling
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Leases given through the Act of Exchange?
4 - 1559 to 1573, 57 - 1574 to 1603
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Preaching need a license, needed a degree in what?
'Master of the Arts' degree, only 50% of Oxford clergy valid to preach
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Deprivations following Parker's Avertisements?
37
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Marian exiles appointed as Bishops?
Grindal in London, Cox in Ely
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First Catholic execution?
Cuthbert Mayne in 1577
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Seminaries from Douai?
First 4 in 1572, 100 by 1580
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Recusancy fine increased to £20 per month when?
1581 - Parliament wanted imprisonment or death, Elizabeth less draconian
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When was the Act against Jesuits and Seminary Priests?
1585
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Executions under the Act against Jesuits and Seminary Priests?
123 by 1603
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Recusancy fines backdated to 1581 in what year?
1587
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Parliament tried to enforced death penalty on anyone saying mass when? Elizabeth's reaction?
1581 - vetoed by Queen, punishment changed to a year imprisonment
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What happened to recusants in Lancaster?
800 taken to assizes in 1592 - only 11 were fined
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How many missionaries arrived between 1580-85?
179
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First Jesuits arrived in what year?
1580 (Campion and Parsons)
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When was the Bond of Association?
1584
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How many deprivations following Whitgift's Three Articles?
300/400
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When did Hacket proclaim himself the Messiah?
1590 (executed 1591)
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Initial fine for recusancy? (1559)

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Leases given through the Act of Exchange?

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Preaching need a license, needed a degree in what?

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Deprivations following Parker's Avertisements?

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