Act of Uniformity

Act of Uniformity

noun English History.
any of the three statutes (1549, 1559, 1662) regulating public worship services in the Anglican Church, especially the act of 1662 requiring the use of the Book of Common Prayer.
Also called Uniformity Act.
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