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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 134  2014  page 280

A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury, 1566-86, based on the
   Cause papers bound within the Volume MS.F.4.12. By Karen Rushton

   3.  V. Sanders, ‘The Household of Archbishop Parker and the Influencing of Public        Opinion’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 34, 4 (1983), p. 534.
   4.    Ibid., p. 545.
   5.    P.M. Dawley, John Whitgift and the English Reformation (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1954), p. 32.
   6.    I.J. Churchill, Canterbury Administration: The Administrative Machinery of the Archbishopric of Canterbury Illustrated from Original Records (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1933), p. 44.
   7.    B.L. Woodcock, Medieval Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of Canterbury (London: Oxford University Press, 1952), p. 13.
   8.    Exempt parishes lay outside of the traditional administrative structure, usually due to their relation to the Archbishop either because there was an archiepiscopal residence in the parish or because the dean of the parish held some other official post in the Archbishop’s administration making their subjection to the usual courts unsuitable; I.J. Churchill, Canterbury Administration, p. 83.
   9.     B.L. Woodcock, Medieval Ecclesiastical Courts, p. 27.
   10.   C. Morris, ‘A Consistory Court in the Middle Ages’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 14, 2 (1963), 150-151.
   11.   A. Tarver, Church Court Records, p. 31.
   12.   R. Phillimore, The Ecclesiastical Law of the Church of England (London:     Sweet and Maxwell Ltd, 1895), p. 990.
   13.   C.R. Chapman, Ecclesiastical Courts, Officials and Record, p. 47
   14.   A. Tarver, Church Court Records, p. 2.
   15.   R. Phillimore, The Ecclesiastical Law of the Church of England (London: Sweet and Maxwell Ltd, 1895), p. 990.
   16.   J.S. Purvis, Ecclesiastical Records, p. 65.
   17.   J.S. Purvis, Ecclesiastical Records p. 66; A. Tarver, Church Court Records, p.15.
   18.   B.L. Woodcock, Medieval Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of Canterbury, p. 56.
   19.   C. Chapman, Ecclesiastical Courts, Officials & Records, pp. 49-50; the University of Nottingham, Manuscripts and Special Collections, ‘Introduction to Libels (Cause Papers)’
https://password.nottingham.ac.uk/manuscriptsandspecialcollections/collectionsindepth/archdeaconry/libels/introduction.aspx
          [viewed 16th February 2014].
   20.   J.S. Purvis, Ecclesiastical Records, p. 66.
   21.   A. Tarver, Church Court Records, p. 18; the University of York Borthwick Institute for Archives, ‘Church Court Records: How the Courts Work, Historical Background and Procedure’,
http://www.york.ac.uk/library/borthwick/projects-exhibitions/church-court-records/cause-papers/how-courts-work/#production
          [viewed 16th February 2014].
   22.   J.S. Purvis, Ecclesiastical Records, p. 67.
   23.   A.M. Burrill, A New Law Dictionary and Glossary: containing full definitions of the practical terms of the common and civil laws (Union, New Jersey: The Lawbook Exchange Ltd., 1998), p. 283.
   24.   Robert Bisshoppe appointment as advocate in the Court of Arches, 5 October 1570, Register of Matthew Parker, Archbishop’s Registers, Lambeth Palace Library, Reg. Parker 1, f.291; Stephen Lakes’ appointment as advocate in the Court of Arches, 24 April 1581, Register of Edmund Grindal, Archbishop’s Registers, Lambeth Palace Library, Reg. Grindal 1, f.228.
   25.   J. Foster, Alumni Oxoniensis, 1891; J. Venn & J.A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis, vol. i, 1922; J. Venn & J.A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis, vol. ii, 1922; J. Venn & J.A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis, vol. iii, 1924; J. Venn & J.A. Venn, Alumni Cantabrigiensis, vol. iv, 1927.

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