A Life of Archbishop Parker

A Life of Archbishop Parker

A Life of Archbishop Parker

A Life of Archbishop Parker

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CONTENTS

I Youth and Early Years at Cambridge 1

II Cambridge and Stoke-by-Clare 13

III Master of Corpus and Vice-Chancellor 23

IV Parker under Edward VI and Mary 35

V The Elizabethan Settlement 55

VI The Archbishop and his Task 81

VII Early Efforts for Order and Uniformity 100

VIII Royal Intervention: Romanist Troubles 115

IX Parliament and Convocation of 1563: The Articles 127

X Parker in his Diocese 142

XI Recusants and Protestants: The Universities 157

XII The Advertisements: Their Results 183

XIII Parliament of 1566: Growing Restlessness 206

XIV University and Routine Business: the Bishops' Bible 229

XV Visitation of Canterbury Cathedral; Parliament and Convocation of 1571: Articles and Canons 250

XVI Mild Repression: the Northampton Model and the Prophesyings; Admonition to the Parliament, 1572 273

XVII Parker Strives for Order; his Difficulties; Spread of Presbyterian views 292

XVIII Parker and the Queen: Her Visit to Canterbury; the De Antiquitate; Norwich Matters and Prophesyings 314

XIX Puritan Vigour: Unhappy closing Months 331

Index 347

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