Personal rule of Charles 1

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  • Personal Rule
    • Foreign affairs
      • thirty years war
        • Religion
          • Catholic conspiracy
            • Henrietta Maria, his wife was a catholic
            • many people at court were catholic
            • Appointed William Laud as archbishop of Canterbury (Laud was arminion)
            • tired to introduce book of sport
            • Burton, Bastwick and Prynne
            • imposed the Laudian prayer book
            • high commission and star chamber
      • death of Swedish king (no mourning)
      • bishops war
    • Finance
      • Forest fines
      • court of wards
      • purveyance
      • tonnage and poundage
      • nuisances
      • monopolies
      • distraint of Knighthood
      • forced loans
      • ship money
    • Religion
      • Catholic conspiracy
        • Henrietta Maria, his wife was a catholic
        • many people at court were catholic
        • Appointed William Laud as archbishop of Canterbury (Laud was arminion)
        • tired to introduce book of sport
        • Burton, Bastwick and Prynne
        • imposed the Laudian prayer book
        • high commission and star chamber
    • Absolutism
      • Financial impositions
      • religious reforms
      • imposing the prayer book on scotland
      • dissolving parliament for 11 years
      • prerogative courts
      • Thomas Wentworth (the earl of strafford)

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