The Glorious Revolution 10-01-06

The Glorious Revolution 10-01-06 - History 1003 10-01-06...

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History 1003 10-01-06 The Glorious Revolution Restoration Charles II (1660-1685) The Popish Plot Titus Oates James II Prince William of Orange Mary Stuart Glorious Revolution (1688-89) Queen Anne (1702-1714) Hanover George I (1714-1727) George II (1727-1760) Charles II In 1660 James and Charles II (sons of Charles I) came back to restore to the monarchy b/c Cromwell and his son were horrible rulers Period of reign the restoration Parliament was more conservative than the king they were more loyal to the king than the king was Parliament decided that there would never again be religious problems in England Passed a law requiring a person to hold any office that person would have to be a member of the Church of England—Test Act Had to swear that the pope in Rome was head of the church Had to swear that they did not believe in predestination Meant to exclude any one that was not a member of Church of England James, Duke of York James, the second surviving son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France was born at St. James’ Palace in 1633 and created Duke of York in 1644
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History 1003 10-01-06 In 1660 when Charles II was restored to the English Throne the Duke of York returned to England with him James was the heir presumptive but Charles was still a young
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