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- n. King of England and Ireland from 1547 to 1553; son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour; died of tuberculosis (1537-1553)
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In England itself, Edward VI had died and been succeeded on the throne by his half-sister Mary Tudor, who was devoutly Catholic.
English People (London, 1878); GASQUET, Edward VI and the Book of
Puritans: Church, Court and Parliament during the reigns of Edward VI and Elizabeth "(Boston, 1859-61); MARSDEN," History of the early
Edward VI and Elizabeth were thorough-going predestinarians and that the
In 1553, while Edward VI was still reigning an Act of General Pardon was passed, from which Goldwel had the signal honour of being specially excepted by name, along with Pole and some others.
The mud-stained trophy was sent south to be presented to King Edward VI in token of his victory.