Finance in Charles I Personal Rule

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  • Finance in Charles I Personal Rule
    • Distraint of Knighthood
      • A land Tax
      • Very Successful =£175,000
    • Norman Forest Laws
      • Landowners fined for breaches in foreign law
      • Made Profit
      • But lost the good will of the land owners
        • In whom he eventually depend on
    • Ship Money
      • Put on all coastal towns in 1634 and moved to all counties in 1636
      • Raised £200,000 a year until 1638
      • Parliament didn't like it
      • Lead to cases like The Hampden Case


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