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Unformatted text preview: TO THE REVOLUTION TO THE REVOLUTION ► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► ► HOUSE OF TUDOR (1485­1603) HOUSE OF STUART (1603­1714) HENRY VIII (1509­1547) ANGLICANISM EDWARD VI (1547­1553) BY JANE SAYMOUR MARY (1553­1558) BY CATHARINE OF ARAGON MILITANT CATHOLICISM PHILIP II (1554) DEATH OF CRANMER (MARCH 21, 1556) TO THE REVOLUTION TO ELIZABETH I (1558-1603) ELIZABETH BY ANNE BOLYEN BY THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES THIRTY-NINE (SEMI-CATHOLIC HIERARCHY, ROMAN LITURGY, VENERATION OF RELICTS) OF PURITANS PRESBYTERIANS c (CONGREGATIONALISTS) (CONGREGATIONALISTS) MARY STUART (15421587) TO THE REVOLUTION TO THE REVOLUTION • JAMES I (1603­1625) • HOUSE OF COMMONS VS. THE • • • • • • • • KING THE GREAT PROTESTATION (DECEMBER 18, 1621) CHARLES I (1625­1649) WAR WITH FRANCE (1626­1630) PETITION OF RIGHT (1628) PROHIBITION OF ALL FORMS OF TAXATION WITHOUT CONSENT OF PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED (1629­ 1640) FINANCIAL CRISIS THE SHORT PARLIAMENT (1640) THE LONG PARLIAMENT (1640­ 1660) THE BRITISH REVOLUTION (1642-1689) • • • • • • • • • MASSACRE OF 30,000 PROTESTANTS IN ULSTER (OCTOBER 21, 1641) NENETEEN PROPOSITIONS (JUNE 2, 1642) LITURGY AND THE CHURCH TO BE REFORMED MINISTERS TO BE APPOINTED BY THE PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT SHOULD APPOINT GUARDIANS FOR THE KING’S CHILDREN COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY THE CIVIL WARS (1642-1646, 1647-1648) CAVALIER VS. ROUNDHEAD IRONSIDES OLIVER CROMWELL (1599-1658) THE RUMP PARLIAMENT (EXPULSION OF 96 PRESBYTERIANS BY SOME 60 INDEPENDENTS) EXECUTION OF THE KING (JANUARY 30, 1649) THE BRITISH REVOLUTION THE BRITISH REVOLUTION (1642­1689) THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND (1649­1660) CROMWELL’S DICTATORSHIP (1653­1658) COOPERATIVE COUNCIL OF 21 LORD PROTECTOR PARLIAMENT OF 460 RICHARD CROMWELL (1658­1659) THE RESTORATION (1660­1688) CHARLES II (1660­1685) JAMES II (1685­1688) INVITATION OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE, NEPHEW AND SON­IN­LAW OF JAMES II, AND MARY, DAUGHTER OF JAMES II (1688) WILLIAM’S INVASION OF ENGLAND (NOVEMBER 5, 1688) GLORIOUS REVOLUTION DECLARATION OF RIGHTS (FEBRUARY 13, 1689) ...
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