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30,304. This would be the real Reformation: just look what happened in the six years of Edward’s reign. All the customs and ceremonies of the old church ... were banned. Away went the religious guilds and ceremonies. (Great Britain & England & Edward VI & Catholicism) Simon Schama, A History of Britain: Burning Convictions
30,597. Edward VI: Edward was a pious cold-hearted swot. (Great Britain & England & Edward VI) Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: Lost Worlds & New Worlds V
30,671. Nine-year-old Edward became king of England ... A few months after his fifteenth birthday Edward fell seriously ill ... He was dying. (England & Edward VI) Dr Helen Castor, She-Wolves: England’s Early Queens III: Jane, Mary & Elizabeth
30,673. So in his [Edward’s] first draft he left his crown not to the Gray girls but to the sons they might one day have – their heirs male. (England & Edward VI) ibid.
30,943. Edward was but a boy ... The first test of the new king’s reign would be his faith. (England & Edward VI) Dr Lucy Worsley, Fit to Rule: How Royal Illness Changed History I, BBC 2013
12,931. The Pope is the true son of the devil, a bad man, an Anti-Christ, and abominable tyrant. (Catholicism & Pope & Insults & Edward VI) King Edward VI
112,897. In their camp outside Exeter the rebels drew up a list of demands for concession by Edward’s government. (Monarchy & England & Edward VI) Monarchy by David Starkey s2e3: Shadow of a King
112,898. In the winter of 1552 Edward started to cough blood … The young king was dying. (Monarchy & England & Edward VI) ibid.