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When did Charles surrender to the Scots?
May, 1646
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When were the Newcastle Propositions sent to Charles?
July, 1646
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When did the Scots give Charles to Parl.?
January, 1647
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Why did they hand him over?
Due to converns over the remaining royalists Scots.
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When did the army protest at plans to disband them?
March, 1647
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When did Parl. release the Declaration of Dislike?
1647
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What did it declare?
Soldiers petitioning parl. as "enemies of the State".
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When were the agitators introduced?
April, 1647
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What were agitators?
Reps. for army regiments?
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When did Parl. vote to disband the army?
May, 1647
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When was Charles taken by the army?
June, 1647
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Who led the forces which took Charles?
Joyce
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Where was he taken to?
Army headquarters in Newmarket.
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When did the Army publish their own 'Declaration'?
June, 1647
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When did the army present the 'Heads of Proposals' to Charles?
July, 1647
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What was the 'Heads of Proposals'?
Intended to form the basis of a monarchical constitution.
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What did the army want?
To limit the power of Parl. and king.
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When did the army occupy London?
August, 1647
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When were the Putney Debates?
Oct. - Nov. 1647
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What was discussed?
The Levellers' "Agreement of the People".
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When did Charles escape?
November, 1647
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When did Cromwell put down a mutiny in Hertfordshire?
November, 1647
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When did Parl. present the "Four Bills" to Charles?
December, 1647
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When did Charles sign the Engagement with the Scots?
December, 1647
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Where were there riots over banning Christmas activities?
Norwich, London and Canterbury.
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When?
December, 1647
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When did HOC+L pass the "Vote of Negotiations"?
January, 1648
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What did this ban?
Negotiations with Charles.
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When did the Second Civil War break out?
March, 1648
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When was the Army prayer meeting?
April, 1648
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What did they swear to do?
Bring "that man of blood" to justice.
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When did Hamilton and the Scottish Engagers invade in support of Charles?
July, 1648
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When was the "Vote of No Addresses" repealed?
August, 1648
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When was the Newport Treaty?
September, 1648
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When were the "Remonstrance" and "Declaration of the Army" presented to Parl.?
November, 1648
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What did they call for?
The King's trial.
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When was Pride's Purge?
December, 1648
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When was the Rump introduced?
January, 1649
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When was Charles tried and executed?
January, 1649
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When did the Rump abolish Monarchy and the HOL?
February, 1649
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When were the leveller mutineers defeated at Burford?
May, 1649
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By who?
Cromwell and Fairfax.
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When did Cromwell massacre the Irish?
September, 1649
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When was the Oath of Engagement introduced?
January, 1650
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What did it require adult males to do?
Swear loyalty to the Republic.
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When did Cromwell leave Ireland?
May, 1650
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When did Charles II arrive in Scotland?
May, 1650
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When did Cromwell defeat the Royalists at Dunbar?
September, 1650
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When was the Toleration Act abolished?
September, 1650
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What did it abolish?
Compulsory Church attendance.
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When was Charles II crowned King of Scotland?
January, 1651
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When did Cromwell defeat the Royalists at the Battle of Worcester?
September, 1651
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When did Charles II flee to the continent?
October, 1651
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When was the first Navigation Act passed?
October, 1651
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What was it aimed at?
Dutch trade.
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When did the first Anglo-Dutch war begin?
May, 1652
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When did Cromwell dissolve the Rump Parl.?
April, 1653
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When did the Nominated Assembly first meet?
July, 1653
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When did the Nominated Assembly return its power to Cromwell?
December, 1653
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When did the Council of Army Officers adopt the Instrument of Government.
1653
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When was Cromwell installed as Lord Protector?
1653
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When was the Act for the Settling of Ireland passed?
1652
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When were the first two Navigation Acts passed?
1650 and 1651
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Which Admiral gained the upper hand in the 1652-3 Dutch naval wars?
Blake
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How much debt was left by April, 1653
Less than £1 million
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When were the Hale Commission's law reforms rejected by the Rump?
February, 1653
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When were the tithes decisively maintained?
1652
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When did the Commission send missionaries to the North and Wales?
1650
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When was the Civil Marriage Act passed by the Nominated Assembly?
1653
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When was the vote to abolish the Court of Chancery?
August, 1653
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When was the vote to abolish tithes?
December, 1653
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When was the ordinance for the union of England and Scotland?
1654
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When did Cromwell start to permit Jews?
1655
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When was the James Nayler case?
1656
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When was Cromwell offered the crown?
1657
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When was Cromwell's "coronation" as Protector?
June, 1657
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When did Cromwell die?
September, 1658
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When was Richard installed as Lord Protector?
1658
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In what ways were the Heads of Proposals particularly lenient?
Parl. only every 2 years; parl control of militia only 10 years; royal family completely restored; no presby. church; only 7 royalists unpardoned.
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What plans did Parl. have for the army in April 1647?
Send 12,400 to Ireland, 6,400 to stay in England; other dismissed, no mory pay or immunity.
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What did the Declaration of the Army call for?
Purge of Long parl.; impeachment of 11 leading Presby.
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In what year did the soldiers begin collecting the monthly assessment?
1646
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When was Charles' death warrant signed?
29th June, 1649
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How many members of the High Court signed?
59/135
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