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What is the Proclamations Act of 1547?
Declaring all royal proclamations to be obeyed as parliament law
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what is the New treason act of 1547?
Removal of heresy, censorship and restrictions led to rowdy debates over religion, extremely liberal literature and pamphlets, and public meetings.
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What is the impact of borrowing money from foreigners?
English economy in deficit, worsened by debts, couldnt be paid, raising taxes to raise revenue.
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What is the impact of the selling of Crown land?
Unnecessary reforms, money poured into economy draining war.
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What is the impact of the further debasement of coinage by 15%?
For border garrisons, currency is only 25% silver, inflation worsened by 21%, wage dropped and migration to London for jobs created crime, mortality and unemployment.
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What is the vagrancy act of 1547?
Able bodied to find jobs or be branded into slavery and children are sold as apprentices.
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What is the enclosures commission tax of 1548?
Taxation and confiscation of enclosures from landed gentry, angering and encouraging rebellion.
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What is the subsidy Act of 1548?
Encourage farming by raising revenue from taxation of powerful landowners, unable to farm without enclosures and taxation on sheep flock size.
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