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at the mercy of a rapacious Crown and a greedy laity. The second half of the sixteenth century would see Manchester College embroiled in fraud, embezzlement, and policies designed to make short-term gain out of its estates as Crown and layfolk found willing helpers within the College in the sordid business of asset stripping. The undead college, 1558–78 The Acts of Supremacy and Uniformity of 1559 formalised the change in England from Roman Catholicism to Protestantism, ushering in a change of

in Manchester Cathedral