Access to History. Elizabeth I Meeting the Challenge:England by John Warren

By John Warren

It is a new version of Elizabeth I: faith and overseas Affairs. This identify units the scene from 1541 charting the advancements of the Mid-Tudor obstacle from Henry VIII to Mary I. It then is going directly to examine the succession of Elizabeth and her consolidation of strength, studying the political, spiritual, and armed forces threats, either exterior and inner, to her rule. the issues in the course of her ultimate years also are explored, and this identify concludes by means of key issues and interpretations around the interval. during the booklet, key dates, phrases, and matters are highlighted, and historic interpretations of key debates are defined. precis diagrams are incorporated to consolidate wisdom and knowing of the period,

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Mary was able to secure subsidies from Parliament in 1555, but still needed to ask for what was called a Privy Seal loan on top of this. Declaring war with France in June 1557 was fiscally risky, even though Philip was persuaded to pay £48,000 towards an expedition to the Netherlands. Mary did not return the church lands taken by the crown in the previous reign as she had promised, and was forced to raise loans on the Antwerp money-markets. Loades sees the Book of Rates as part of the battle to raise money for the war effort.

And in one book, The Litany, with certain other devout and godly meditations, there is a 40 | Elizabeth I: Meeting the Challenge, England 1541–1603 Profile: Matthew Parker 1504–75 1527 1535 1544 1552 1554 – – – – – 1559 – 1563 – 1566 – 1575 – Thirty-Nine Articles given parliamentary approval: 1571 Key date 1571 – Ordained a priest Became chaplain to Anne Boleyn Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge Dean of Lincoln Deprived of his clerical posts by Mary I. Went into hiding Made Archbishop of Canterbury by Elizabeth I Revised Cranmer’s 42 Articles of Religion; reduced to 39 Published the Advertisements regulating the dress of the clergy After further revision, the central doctrinal statement of the Church of England was issued: the Thirty-Nine Articles Died Matthew Parker was associated with the White Horse Tavern group of early Cambridge Protestants.

The content What difficulties did the Queen face in passing Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity? Key term Significantly, Elizabeth forbade the elevation of the Host at Mass in the Royal Chapel on Christmas Day, 1558. The officiating priest refused, and the Queen walked out. ’ This was a very public snub, since it took place at the state opening of Parliament. The Protestants present would doubtless have been suitably encouraged. On the other hand, Elizabeth told the Spanish ambassador that she intended simply to restore the form of religion as practised in the conservative final years of Henry VIII’s reign: a form which many Catholics had found acceptable.

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