So Edward VI, the church and college plunder being gone, had to be granted taxes on manufactures which tended to stop them.
The chaos was increased, no doubt, by the fact that Edward VI.
This plate, on the dissolution of chantries, was given by the parishioners to the king, Edward VI.
This college was, with others, suppressed in the reign of Edward VI.
The work was actually undertaken and finished in the reign of Edward VI.
On the other hand, the experience of the reign of Edward VI.
The authority of three justices of the peace was, by the statute of Edward VI.
It was an inventory of church goods, dated the 6th year of Edward VI.
It had been intended, by this section, to repeal that of the 1st Edward VI.
This was in accordance, as far as it went, with the original rubric of Edward VI.