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CATHOLICS PROTESTANTS
PRESBYTERIANS
ARMINIANS* PURITAINS
*regarded as a
crypto-catholic
RELIGION…read more

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TIMELINE
1627 The 5 knights case
1628 The petition of right
1629 The Three Resolutions
Start of personal rule
1632 Wentworth appointed Lord Deputy it Ireland
1633 Laud appointed Arch Bishop of Canterbury
Book of sports
Book of rates
1634
Ship money
Prynne Burton and Bastwick
1637 New prayer book in Scotland
1639 First bishops war
1640 Short parliament…read more

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WHY DID CHARLES RESORT TO PERSONAL RULE?…read more

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PERSONAL RULE
· After the assassination of the Duke of Buckingham and the dissolution of
the 1629 Parliament, King Charles resolved never to call a Parliament
again.
· The eleven-year period of the King's Personal Rule (1629-40) was
described by his enemies as the "Eleven Year Tyranny".…read more

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THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM
· Sir Edward Coke declared the DoB was `the
cause of all our miseries'
· Charles sent a message to parliament
warning them not to attack the duke
· The attack was one of many ­ since 1625 Impeachment = the
parliament had been demanding process by which
Buckingham's downfall parliament acted as a
· They believed he was responsible for all the court of law. The
bad decisions the king had made individual was accused by
· Blamed for the failed Cadiz expedition the house of commons and
· In 1626 Charles had dissolved parliament then tried by the house of
to stop his friend being impeached
lords which acted as a jury.
· He had an unusual amount of influence
over the king
· He advised on war with Spain and France
which was a disaster on foreign policy…read more

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