Overview 1629-1649

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  • 1629-1649
    • Opposition
      • religious
        • John lilburn
          • printed his hatred, found guilty in feb 1638
        • john williams
          • imprisoned for published criticism of the altar policy in 1637
    • Religious developments
      • William laud promoted to arch bishop of canterbury
        • Imposition of laudianism in england
          • Increased emphasis on ceremony
          • increased use of music
          • decoration like stain glass windows
          • moving of communian table to where the catholic altar ha been
        • !640 canon laws
      • new prayer book 1637
        • Scottish rebeliion 1637
          • july 1637 s giles riot
          • Charles Scottish privy council abandons Edinburgh December 1637
          • Socttish national covenenant feb 1638
          • 1639 first bishops war
          • 1640 2nd bishops war
          • treaty of Ripon 1640 ocotber
      • 1640 parliament recalled
        • Root and branch petition
      • irish rebeliian 1641
      • solumn league and covenant
      • 1648 Windsor prayer meeting
    • economic and social developments
      • 1629 treaty of susa ends war with france
        • £2 million in debt
      • Continued to collect tonnage and poundage passed one year
      • 1634 ship money on coastal towns
        • raised equivalent to 3 parliamentary subsidies
      • Food riots 1629
      • 1631 book of orders
      • iconoclasm
      • first digger community 1649
    • Political developments
      • Trial of  prynne, burton and bastwick 1637
      • hampdens case ends 1638
      • Trial and execution of wentworth 1641
      • grand remonstarnce 1641
      • outbreak of civil war in england 1642
      • Creation of new model army 1644
      • charles defeated 1646
      • politicisation of new model army 1647
      • defeat for charles 2nd war 16448
      • regicide of charles 1649

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