An Ordered Society: Gender and Class in Early Modern England by Susan Dwyer Amussen

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Amussen's vibrant account of kinfolk and village lifestyles in England from the reign of Elizabeth I to the accession of the Hanoverian monarchies describes the family financial system of the wealthy and the negative; the procedures of courtship, marriage, and marital breakdown; and the constitution of strength in the family members and in rural groups

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Paul’s churchyard lvi | Chronology 17 May 12 July 11 October November Edward Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, executed for treason Henry VIII publishes condemnation of Luther’s teachings, the Assertio Septem Sacramentorum (Defense of the Seven Sacraments) Pope Leo X confers title Fidei Defensor (Defender of the Faith) on Henry VIII Anglo-Imperial Treaty of Bruges concluded 1522 19 June Anglo-Imperial Treaty of Windsor concluded 1523 16 April 6 July 15 December Sir Thomas More elected Speaker of House of Commons Parliament grants half the subsidy demanded by king for war with France Failure of English advance on Paris 1524 21 January c.

Paul’s in London 1502 24 January 2 April Treaty of Ayton commits James IV of Scotland to marry Margaret Tudor Death of Prince Arthur 1503 11 February 23 June 8 August Death of Queen Elizabeth of York Prince Henry betrothed to his former sister-in-law, Catherine of Aragon Princess Margaret marries James IV of Scotland 1504 18 February Prince Henry declared Prince of Wales 1505 March 27 June Pope Julius II issues papal bull dispensing any impediments to a marriage between Prince Henry and Catherine of Aragon Prince Henry makes formal protest against his proposed marriage with Catherine of Aragon liv | Chronology 1506 30 April Intercursus Malus concluded with Duke Philip of the Netherlands, who also agrees to surrender the Yorkist pretender, Edmund de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk 1509 21 April 24 April 11 June 24 June 29 June Death of Henry VII; accession of Henry VIII Edmund Dudley and Richard Empson imprisoned Henry VIII marries Catherine of Aragon Coronation of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon Death of Margaret Beaufort John Colet founds St.

German, Christopher Submission of the Clergy Subscription Crisis Supplication against the Ordinaries Supremacy, Acts of Ten Articles Thirty-nine Articles Tithes Transubstantiation Trent, Council of Uniformity, Acts of Valor Ecclesiasticus Vestiarian Controversy Western Rebellion White Horse Tavern Witchcraft Early Tudor Bishops, Churchmen, and€Martyrs Alesius, Alexander Askew, Anne Bainbridge, Christopher Bale, John Barlow, William Barnes, Robert Beaton, David Becon, Thomas Bilney, Thomas Bocher, Joan Bocking, Edward Bonner, Edmund Bradford, John Brinkelow, Henry Bucer, Martin Campeggio, Lorenzo Carthusian Martyrs Clement VII Colet, John Coverdale, Miles Cox, Richard Cranmer, Thomas Croke, Richard Crome, Edward Crowley, Robert Feckenham, John de Ferrar, Robert Fisher, John Fitzjames, Richard Forest, John Foxe, Edward Foxe, Richard Frith, John Gardiner, Stephen Goodrich, Thomas Hamilton, Patrick Harpsfield, Nicholas Heath, Nicholas Holgate, Robert Hooper, John Houghton, John Knox, John Lambert, John Guide to Related Topics | xliii Latimer, Hugh Lee, Rowland Longland, John Lupset, Thomas Morice, Ralph Morton, John Philpot, John Pole, Reginald Ponet, John Ridley, Nicholas Rogers, John Sampson, Richard Shaxton, Nicholas Stokesley, John Thirlby, Thomas Tunstall, Cuthbert Tyndale, William Udall, Nicholas Urswick, Christopher Vermigli, Peter Martyr Warham, William Wishart, George Wolsey, Thomas Elizabethan Bishops, Churchmen, and€Martyrs Allen, William Aylmer, John Barrow, Henry Blackwell, George Browne, Robert Calvin, John Campion, Edmund Cartwright, Thomas Davies, Richard Foxe, John Garnet, Henry Gerard, John Gregory XIII Grindal, Edmund xliv | Guide to Related Topics Hooker, Richard Hutton, Matthew Jewel, John Knox, John Lever, Thomas Mary I Morgan, William Norton, Thomas Nowell, Alexander Parker, Matthew Parsons, Robert Penry, John Piers, John Pius V Salesbury, William Sander, Nicholas Sandys, Edwin Southwell, Robert Stubbe, John Whitgift, John Whittingham, William Young, Thomas Royal Residences Gardens Greenwich Palace Hampton Court Palace Nonsuch Palace Oatlands Palace Richmond Palace St.

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