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Edward II ascended to the throne of England in following the death of his father, King Edward I (Edward Longshanks). Known as Edward of Carnarvon, the second King Edward proved to be a. The King of England consented to arbitrate between the various claimants on condition that his own suzerainty should be formally recognised.
The demand was admitted by the Scottish magnates, and after a prolonged inquiry and investgation, judgment was delivered in in favour of John Balliol, who became King of Scotland as Edward's vassal.
The Book of Common Prayer, printed by Whitchurch Commonly called the second book of Edward VI. (London, W. Pickering, ), by Church of England, King of England Edward VI, and Chiswick Press.
prt (page images at HathiTrust) The book of common prayer, printed by Whitchurch March Commonly called the first book of Edward VI. --Edward VI becomes king at the age of February Edward Seymour, the Earl of Hertford and Edward's uncle is appointed Lord Protector. --Second Act of Uniformity is passed and the Second Book of Common Prayer.
Cranmer's Forty-Two Articles of Religion are compiled. - Replaced the Book of Common Prayer with a revised, more Protestant version - An attempt to make England wholly Protestant (Spring ) Edward was very ill with a respiratory condition, and didn't have long to live 2. Mary would reverse all Protestant reformations 3.
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