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Presumably, the oath has since been disextended from university students — I'm a nonconformist undergraduate — although I know that MPs continue to have to swear to the supremacy of the Monarch, and I suppose the same is true of Church of England clergy. Does anyone have any knowledge of the history of the Oath beyond 1559? Wooster(talk) 11:44, 22 June 2006 (UTC)
This law need to be mentioned. It amended the act to allow for the consecration of Anglican Bishops who did not have to bear allegiance to His or Her Majesty...(This is a significant development, as it allowed for the possibility of union with the Episcopal Church in the United States. Orville Eastland (talk) 00:42, 12 August 2010 (UTC)