Popular Politics and the English Reformation

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Index
abbeys, purchase of dissolved 13–14
Abell, Thomas 85
Ackroyd, Sir Edmund 243
Act Extinguishing the Authority of the Bishop of Rome (1536) 52
Act of Six Articles (1539) 199, 204
Act of Supremacy (1534) 29, 31, 51–2
Acton, Sir Robert 175, 177, 180–1, 184–5, 186
Adeson, John 85
Ager, Anthony 209
agrarian grievances, and the Pilgrimage of Grace 108–9
agrarian rebellions (1549) 24–5, 279, 280–6, 291, 293
Aldington, and the maid of Kent affair 65–7, 81
Aleyn, James 57
Aleyn, Thomas 57, 58
Allen, William 308
Amadas, Mrs 33
Ambler, Henry 249
Amicable Grant 19–20, 248
Amsterdam, religious divisions in 231
Andros, Richard 177, 180, 187
Anglicanism 30–1
anticlericalism 24, 131–61
and the Axminster affair 147–52, 156
and Catholicism 132, 133, 142, 152, 158
and the confiscation of liturgical paraphernalia 137–8
'displacing' of ministers by the community 136, 140
and evangelicals 133, 134, 140, 146–7, 160–1
and the Henrician Reformation 139, 144–7, 157–9
and heresy 134, 149, 151
and the maid of Kent affair 80, 84
and the Mousehold Articles 284
negative and destructive 134, 135
parliamentary actions against clerical abuses 140–1
and the Pawlett affair 131–2, 152–9
physical and verbal attacks on priests 131, 133, 134, 136–7
positive, idealistic and religious 134
positive, idealistic and secular 134
and Protestantism 131–2, 158, 160
and revisionist historians 132–3, 159–60
and royal government 140–4
and royal supremacy 59, 133
Applygarthe, Robert 120
Aquinas, Thomas, and the blood of Hailes 166–7, 169
Archibald of Faversham 206, 208
Arcles, Robert 54
Armstrong, Clement 274
Arte, Father 41–2
Arthur of Canterbury, Friar 35
Arthur, Jerym 153
Arundell, Sir Thomas 142
Arundell, Thomas (curate) 50
Ascue, Sir William 101
Asheton, Thomas 121
Ashlower, Gloucestershire, conformist Catholicism in 49–50
Aske, Christopher 104
Aske, Robert 20, 43, 92, 97–8, 100, 102, 103–4, 105
and the Doncaster agreement 111, 112–13, 115, 116, 118
and post-pardon revolts 121, 123
and taxation 107, 108
Askew, Anne 246
Askew, Francis 246
Aston, Margaret 215
Audley, Thomas, Baron Audley of Walden 124
Augustine, St 2–3, 42, 309

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