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17.4 - o Beginning of English Civil War o Charles I vs...

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Dustin Lee 17.3 Bock F: History England - 1603: Elizabeth dies - Throne passes to Stuarts (Scotland) o James I Agreed to rule by English law Disbands parliament and collected taxes - Dissenters rise up o Puritans o 1611: King James Bible - 1625: Charles I inherits throne from father o Did not follow Magna Carta - 1628: Needs Parliament to raise taxes o Forced to sign Petition of Right No tax without Parliament consent No imprisonment without just cause - 1629: Charles dissolves Parliament - 1637: Charles and Laud try to impose Anglican Prayer book on Scotland o They revolt - 1640: Parliament called to get money to fight Scotland o Starts long Parliament Executed Laud Can only be dissolved by Parliament Abolish bishops rule in Parliament - 1642: Charles troops march on the House of Commons
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Unformatted text preview: o Beginning of English Civil War o Charles I vs. Oliver Cromwell Dustin Lee 17.3 Bock F: History-1649: King is executed by Cromwell o Common Wealth Lead by Oliver Cromwell-Supporters of Charles II attack England via Ireland and Scotland o 1652 Parliament passes laws to exile Catholics o Levellers fight for voice in government-1653: Cromwell takes title “Lord Protector” o Puritans try to enforce their beliefs-Puritans try to enforce beliefs o Sunday is a day of dosenance o Educated all people To read the bible o Marriage based on love-1658: Cromwell dies without a successor-1660: Parliament invites Charles II to rule o Must accept Petition of Right o Quietly Catholic...
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