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1457
Somerset becomes Lord Protector. Royal Injunctions issued. War with Scotland
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1548
Enclosure Commission established. Inflationary Pressures
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1549
Thomas Seymour Executed. Act of Uniformity/First Book of Common Prayer. Start of Rebellions + Fall of Somerset
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1550
Warwick (Northumberland) Made Lord President of the Council
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1552
Execution of Somerset. Second Act of Uniformity Revised Book of Common Prayer
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1553
Forty-Two Articles of Religion Compiled. Death of Edward. 'Devise' to Place Lady Jane on Throne. Mary I Proclaimed Queen.
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1554
Wyatt's Rebellion. Execution of Lady Jane. Marriage to Philip of Spain
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1555
Heresy Act Passed + Beginning of Burnings. Harvest Failure
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1556
Execution of Cranmer. Harvest Failure
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1557
Pole Legatine Commission Revoked. Mary Keeps Him Anyway. War Against France. Influenza Epidemic.
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1558
Loss of Calais. Influenza Epidemic. Death of Mary. Ascension of Elizabeth. Sir William Cecil Appointed Secretary.
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1559
Elizabeth's Coronation. Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis Between France and Spain. Acts of Supremacy/Uniformity Passed. Issue of Royal Injunctions. Elizabeth Sends Aid to Lords of Congregation
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1560
Treaty of Edinburgh/Peace England + Scotland
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1562
Military Support for French Huguenots. Elizabeth Falls Ill.
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1563
Thirty-Nine Articles. Elizabeth Pressed to Marry.
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1564
Treaty of Troyes
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1566
Parker's Advertisements Lead to Vestarian Controversy. Elizabeth Pressed to Marry Again
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1567
Mary Queen of Scots Abdicates. Duke of Alba Controls Netherlands.
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1568
Mary Queen of Scots Arrives. William Alan Creates College. John Hawkins Clashes with Spanish. Elizabeth Impounds Spanish Bullion.
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1569
Northern Rebellion.
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1570
Suppression of Northern Earls. Elizabeth Excommunicated.
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1571
Ridolfi Plot. Council Reshuffle (Less Conservatives)
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1572
Treaty of Blois (England and France). Duke of Norfolk Executed. St. Bartholomew's Day Execution.
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1573
Sir Francis Walsingham Appointed Secretary of State
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1574
First Catholic Priests Arrive.
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1577
Grindal Suspended after Failure to Suppress Prophesying (Lasted 2 Years). Execution of Seminary Priests.
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1579
Marriage Negotiations Between Elizabeth and Duke of Alencon
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1580
Arrival of Jesuit Priests. Portugal Acquired by Spain.
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1581
Act to Retain Majesty's Subjects in their Due Obedience Declares Anyone Withdrawing from Obedience is a Traitor
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1583
John Whitgift Appointed ArchBishop. Whitgifts Articles Enforce Conformity and Obedience. Throckmorton Plot
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1584
Expulsion of Spanish Ambassador (Throckmorton Backlash). Assassination of William of Orange. Bond of Association. 'Bill and Book' Proposals by Presbyterians.
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1585
Treaty of Nonsuch Commits Elizabeth to Help Rebels. Parry Plot. Act against Seminary and Jesuit Priests. England and Spain War.
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1586
Treaty of Berwick with James and Elizabeth. Babington Plot. Mary Queen of Scots Tried and Convicted of Complicity in the Babington Plot.
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1587
Execution of Mary Queen of Scots. Successful Attack of Cadiz by Sir Francis Drake. 'Bill and Book' Reintroduced to Commons by Cope.
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1588
Spanish Armada Defeated. Death of Leicester.Publication of 'Martin Marprelate' Tract
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1589
Portuguese Expedition
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1590
Death of Walsingham
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1591
Death of Hatton. Robert Cecil Promoted to Privy Council
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1593
Execution of Barrow, Greenwood and Penry. Act against Seditious Secretaries.
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1594
Beginning of Tyrone Rebellion. First of a Series of Bad Harvests.
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1596
Appointment of Cecil as Secretary of State. Worst Harvest of Century.
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1597
Successive Harvest Failure Lead to Dearth (Lack of Food). Poor Law Passed. Parliamentary Agitation over Monopolies.
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1598
Death of Lord Burghley. Defeat of Bagenal at Battle of Yellow Ford.
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1599
Cecil Appointed Master of Wards. Return of Earl of Essex from Ireland
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1601
Rebellion and Execution of Earl of Essex. Parliamentary Agitation over Monopolies. Revised Poor Law Passed.
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1603
Death of Queen Elizabeth. Succeeded by James VI. Surrender of Tyrone.
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1604
England's War against Spain Ends.
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