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Clarendon Code - Wikipedia

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In English history, penal law refers to a specific series of laws that sought to uphold the establishment of the Church of England against Protestant ...

The Clarendon Code, 1661-1665 - Britain Express

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The Clarendon Code was a series of Parliamentary acts aimed at establishing the supremacy of the Anglican Church in Charles II's Britain.

Clarendon Code | English government | Britannica.com

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Clarendon Code, (1661–65), four acts passed in England during the ministry of Edward Hyde, 1st earl of Clarendon, designed to cripple the power of the ...

Clarendon code | Define Clarendon code at Dictionary.com

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(Historical Terms) English history four acts passed by the Cavalier Parliament between 1661 and 1665 to deal with the religious problems of the Restoration.

The Clarendon Code - The Reformation

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The Clarendon Code. Edward Hyde, First Earl of Clarendon (1609-1674) was an ardent royalist when he entered Parliament in 1640 and later he chose to go ...

The Restoration Settlement - BCW Project

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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 ...

Cavalier Parliament - History of Parliament Online

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These statutes, enacted between 1661 and 1665, became known as the ' Clarendon Code' although initially Clarendon, alongside the King, was anxious to curb ...

An accidental blog: The Clarendon Code and Declaration of ...

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Jul 23, 2014 ... The Clarendon Code and Declaration of Indulgences. After the restoration of the monarchy in 1660 several Acts of parliament were passed ...

Conventicle Act 1664 - Wikiwand

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The Conventicle Act of 1664 was an Act of the Parliament of England that forbade conventicles .[1] This law was a part of the Clarendon Code,

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The Clarendon Code - History Learning Site

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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 series ...

Clarendon Code - Infoplease

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Clarendon Code, 1661–65, group of English statutes passed after the Restoration of Charles II to strengthen the position of the Church of England.

Nonconformity Under the "Clarendon Code" - JStor

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NONCONFORMITY UNDER THE "CLARENDON CODE". THE disintegration of Puritanism was accompanied by a rise of religious free-thinkers, the growth of ...