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  • 41Lord Chancellor — For other uses, see Lord Chancellor (disambiguation). Not to be confused with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain …

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  • 42Francis Atterbury — Infobox Bishop honorific prefix = name = Francis Atterbury honorific suffix = bishop of = Bishop of Rochester caption = Bishop Atterbury province = diocese = Diocese of Rochester see = enthroned = ended = predecessor = successor = ordination =… …

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  • 43Edward Foxe — (c. 1496 ndash; May 8, 1538) was an English churchman, Bishop of Hereford. He was the most Lutheran of Henry VIII s bishops, and assisted in drafting the Ten Articles of 1536.He was born at Dursley in Gloucestershire, and may have been related to …

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  • 44Speaker of the House of Commons (UK) — In the United Kingdom, the Speaker of the House of Commons is the presiding officer of the House of Commons, and is seen historically as the First Commoner of the Land . The current Speaker is The Right Honourable Michael Martin MP, who took… …

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  • 45Parliament of England — c.1300.The Parliament of England was the legislature of the Kingdom of England. Its roots can be traced back to the early medieval period. In a series of developments, it came increasingly to constrain the power of the monarch, and went on after… …

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  • 46John Taylor (1480–1534) — John Taylor (c. 1480 ndash; 1534) was Master of the Rolls of the Court of Chancery from 1527 to 1534, following a successful career as a priest and civil servant. Taylor would have been notable just for the circumstances of his birth; he was the… …

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  • 47List of Parliaments of England — This article is a List of Parliaments of England. Devolved English Parliament is about the debate on a devolved parliament for England. List of Parliaments of England is a list (broken down by reign or republican regime) of the Parliaments, from… …

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  • 48List of fictional clergy and religious figures — Clergy and other religious figures have generally represented a popular outlet for pop culture, although this has tapered in recent years. Some of the more popular clergy, members of religious orders and other religious personages featured in… …

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  • 49Storsjöodjuret — Infobox Paranormalcreatures Creature Name = Storsjöodjuret Image Caption = The Great Lake Monster Grouping = Cryptid Sub Grouping = Lake monster AKA = Hydogiganta Monstruidae Jemtlandicum , Storsie (English) Country = Sweden Region = Storsjön,… …

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  • 50Arches Court — The Arches Court permanent home is St Mary le Bow …

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  • 51Robert Bell (Speaker of the House of Commons) — Sir Robert Bell (Unknown mdash; d. 1577) of Beaupre Hall, Norfolk, was a Speaker of the House of Commons (1572 1576), who served during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.Knighted 1577, Of Counsel King s Lynn 1560, Recorder from 1561, Bencher Middle… …

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  • 52Peter de Montfort — (c. 1215 ndash; 4 August 1265) is said to have presided over a meeting of the Parliament of England at a Parliament held in Oxford in 1258. This was dubbed by the supporters of Henry III as the Mad Parliament ). He is the earliest person recorded …

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  • 53The Book of the Short Sun — is a trilogy by Gene Wolfe, comprising On Blue s Waters (1999), In Green s Jungles (2000), and Return to the Whorl (2001). It is the sequel to Wolfe s tetralogy The Book of the Long Sun, and has connections to The Book of the New Sun.… …

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  • 54Oxford Parliament (1258) — The Oxford Parliament (1258), also known as the Mad Parliament and the First English Parliament , assembled during the reign of Henry III of England. It was established by Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester. The parlour or prolocutor… …

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  • 55Johan Ramstedt — infobox Prime Minister name=Johan Ramstedt order=9th Prime Minister of Sweden small term start =April 14 1905 term end =August 2 1905 predecessor =Erik Gustaf Boström successor =Christian Lundeberg birth date =birth date|1852|11|7|mf=y death date …

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  • 56Ann Davies — (October 28, 1912 ndash; 1975) was an American occultist.B.O.T.A.Successor to Paul Foster Case in Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A.), Davies served as Prolocutor General until her death in 1975. She expanded the curriculum of the school by… …

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  • 57Priest-penitent privilege in pre-Reformation England — The doctrine of priest penitent privilege does not apply in the UK. However, before the Reformation, England was a Roman Catholic country and the Seal of the Confessional had great authority in the English courts.Anglo Saxon EnglandIn Anglo Saxon …

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  • 58List of the Westminster Divines — The Assertion of Liberty of Conscience By the Independents at the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Painted by John Rogers Herbert, R.A. (1810 1890) The members of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, sometimes known collectively as the… …

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  • 59John Langtry — This article refers to Langtry, John. For other uses, see Langtry (disambiguation). Langtry, John M.A., D.C.L. (19th century) Renown member of the Anglican Church [Rector of S. Luke s, Toronto, and Prolocutor of the Provincial Synod of Canada] in …

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  • 60Charles Herle — (1598–1659) was a prominent English theologian, of moderate Presbyterian views. He graduated from Exeter College, Oxford with an M.A. in 1618. He was vicar of Winwick, Lancashire, from 1626.[1]. In a controversy with Henry Ferne, a Royalist, he… …

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