One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(in English history) each of three Acts of Parliament passed during the reign of Henry VIII regarding the succession of his children.
The first (1534) declared Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon to be invalid, fixing the succession on any child born to Henry's new wife Anne Boleyn. The second (1536) cancelled this, asserting the rights of Jane Seymour and her issue, while the third (1544) determined the order of succession of Henry's three children, the future Edward VI, Mary I, and Elizabeth I
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