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Somerset issued injunctions in 1547 - What did they enforce?
clergy to preach in English, English bible, protestant literature in every parish, superstitious images removed
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Somerset immediately repealed two acts, what were these? what did they enable?
the treason act (removed old heresy, treason and censorship - enabled free discussion of religion)
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When was the Book of Homilies printed?
1547
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Somerset issued a series of proclamations in 1548 - what did they state?
only clergy allowed to preach, no preaching until new liturgy produced
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what was the first prayer books view on transubstatiation
it was unclear
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when were laws versus clerical marriage removed
1549
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Northumberland put Edward in charge of all ecclesiastical courts, when?
1549
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Northumberland issued a proclomation in 1549 - when and what did it state/
25th of December, ordered the final destruction of images
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When was Hooper made a bishop - what made him so angry?
1550, bishops wearing ecclesiastical vestments
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When was the new ordinal produced?
1550 - created by Cranmer and Bucer (Protestant reformer)
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there were many emblematic changes to religion in Edwards reign - what were these and when?
1550 stone alters were removed, 1552 Black Rubric Proclomation (kneeling for communion = good order)
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When was the second prayer book produced - what were key changes?
1552 - highly protestant, no transubstantiation, established a eucharist ceremony
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Northumberland wanted to increase the monarchy's income for the reformation - how?
1552 commission valued untapped wealth at £1,087,978, changes to doctrine made vestments, plate etc. redundant. Bishoprics received reduced incomes (tunstall was imprisoned Durham's Y £1320 -£665)
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when was Edward's maturity changed?
1552
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Somerset immediately repealed two acts, what were these? what did they enable?

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