In English history, penal law refers to a specific series of laws that sought to
uphold the ... The four penal laws collectively known as Clarendon Code are
named after Charles II's chief minist...
The Clarendon Code was a series of Parliamentary acts aimed at establishing
the supremacy of the Anglican Church in Charles II's Britain.
The Clarendon Code, incorrectly named after the 1<sup>st</sup> Earl of Clarendon, Chief
Minister of Charles II after the Restoration Settlement, is the name given to a
Clarendon Code, 1661–65, group of English statutes passed after the
Restoration of Charles II to strengthen the position of the Church of England.
Dec 16, 2013 ... Clarendon Code, (1661–65), four acts passed in England during the ministry of
Edward Hyde, 1st earl of Clarendon, designed to cripple the ...
(Historical Terms) English history four acts passed by the Cavalier Parliament
between 1661 and 1665 to deal with the religious problems of the Restoration.
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Feb 21, 2013 ... The Restoration religious settlement comprised four acts of Parliament known
collectively as the Clarendon Code. The name was derived from ...
Jul 23, 2014 ... The Clarendon Code and Declaration of Indulgences. After the restoration of the
monarchy in 1660 several Acts of parliament were passed ...
NONCONFORMITY UNDER THE "CLARENDON CODE". THE disintegration of
Puritanism was accompanied by a rise of religious free-thinkers, the growth of ...