The Restoration+ Clarendon 1660-67

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  • Restoration + Clarendon 1660-67
    • Convention Settlement
      • Restrictions
        • Ship money illegal
        • Courts of High Chamber + High Commission not restored.
        • Feudal rights not restored
      • Annual income of £1.2 million.
    • Second Dutch War 1665-67
      • French allied with Dutch against England.
      • Medway Raid 1667
        • Charles caught with mistress, literally 'pants down'
      • C had to sign humiliating peace with Dutch.
      • C signed TRIPLE ALLIANCE with Dutch and Sweden.
    • Fall of Clarendon 1667
      • Disastrous 2nd Dutch War
      • Sending prisoners out of England
      • Used as scapegoat by Charles.
      • Seen as arrogant by pol opponents
      • CABAL always been critics.
    • Reasons
      • Army + Parlia not agree + distrusted each other
      • Army leaders unwilling to create militia dictatorship
      • Settlement would be compromise + be moderate
      • Determination not to start Civil War.
    • Clarendon Code
      • Settle Realm
      • Cavalier Parliament
      • - Corporation Act 1661  - Act of Uniformity 1662 - Quaker Act 1662- Conventicle Act 1664- Five Mile Act 1664.
    • GREAT FIRE OF LONDON1666
      • Increased CATH FEARS OF PLOT.

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