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How much debt was England in by 1658?
£2 million
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Was the army paid?
No, only partially paid.
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What state were the Fifth Monarchists in?
In decline; most violent members now arrested.
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What became of ship money in the restoration?
Keptllegal.
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Which Long parl. legislation was kept?
That with royal consent.
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What annual income did the Convention Parl. grant to the grown?
£1.2 million
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What did revenue fall to in the 1660s?
£700,000
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How much debt was left in the 1660s?
£1.25 million
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When did Cromwell die?
September, 1658
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When was Richard named Lord Protector?
3rd September, 1658
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When did Richard's first Parl. commence?
January, 1659
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When did the army petition Richard for money?
April, 1659
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When did Parl. forbid the meeting of army officers?
April, 1659
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Who supported this?
Richard
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When did the Army descend on London?
April, 1659
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Why?
Due to Parl.'s discussions on measures to control the army.
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When was the Rump recalled?
May - October, 1659
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Who recalled it?
The General Council of Officers
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When did Booth's rebellion begin?
July, 1659
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When did Lambert's army put down Booth's rebellion?
July - August, 1659
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What was the Derby Petition?
A petition urging godly reform.
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When was it condemned by Parl.?
September, 1659
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When did the army petition Parl. in protest?
October, 1659
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Which officers were expelled by the army by Parl.?
Lambert and Desborough (+ others)
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When
October, 1659
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Why?
For supporting the protest.
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Who took over from the Rump?
The Committee of Safety, though unsupported by Monck
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When was the Rump re-restored?
December, 1659
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When did Monck cross back into England with an army?
January, 1660
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When did Monck begin negotiations with the Rump?
February, 1660
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When did Monck readmit those MPs purged in 1648?
February, 1660
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When was the Rump dissolved?
March, 1660
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When did the Convention Parl. meet?
April, 1660
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When was the Declaration of Breda brought forth?
April, 1660
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When was Charles II proclaimed King?
8th May, 1660
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When did Charles arrive in England?
25th May, 1660
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What was the Act of Indemnity and Oblivion?
All royalists pardoned with 50 exceptions; estates returned to Crown, Church and some Royalists.
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When was it passed?
1660
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How many of the Privy Council were former Parliamentarians in 1660?
12/27
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When was the Worcester House Conference?
1660
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When did Clarendon's daughter marry Charles' brother?
1660
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When was the Navigation Act passed?
1660
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What was the Corporation Act?
Act excluding members of religious sects from public office; town corp. members swear loyalty to Crown.
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When was it passed?
1660
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When was the first Militia Act passed?
1661
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When was the Act against tumultuous petitioning passed?
1661
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When was the Savoy House Conference?
1661
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What did the Licensing Act censor?
Theological publications.
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When was it passed?
1662
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When was the Quaker Act passed?
1662
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When was the second Milita Act passed?
1662
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What was the Act of Uniformity?
Clergy not ordained by a bishop forced to resign; clergy swear to use Anglian liturgy; 1/5 of Church resign c. 2000
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When was the Act passed?
1662
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When did Charles marry?
1662
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To who?
Princess Catherine of Braganza (Portuguese)
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When was the 1642 Act excluding bishops from HOL repealed?
1662
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When was the Hearth Tax introduced?
1662
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How much per fireplace?
6p
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When was the Staple Act passed?
1663
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When was a new Triennial Act introduced?
1664
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What was its weakness?
No formal method of forcing the monarch to comply was given.
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Was this really an issue?
No, Charles would continue to call Parl. as long as he needed money - and Charles always needed money.
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What was the Conventicle Act?
Introduced heavy penaltries for attending non-Anglian church services.
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When was it passed?
1664
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When was there a high appetite for war?
1664
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Due to what?
Summer - Anglo-Dutch skirmishes in W.Africa.
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When was the Five Mile Act introduced?
1665
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When did the Bubonic Plague hit?
1665
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How many *recorded* deaths were there?
70,000
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When did Charles formally declare war on the Dutch?
March, 1665
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how much money did Parl. give as funds towards the war?
£3,750,000
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What were the casualties of the war for England in June, 1666?
Dutch sink 20 English ships, killing 8000 men, incl. 2 admirals.
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When did the Great Fire of London begin?
2nd September, 1666
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What were the consequences of the fire?
£3.2 million of destruction; 250,000 homeless.
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Which two countries joined the war against England in 1666?
Denmark and France
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When was Clarendon dismissed?
1667
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Which House did Charles encourage to put Clarendon to death?
HoL
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What did the Dutch do in 1667?
Sail up the Medway, burn the English fleet there and carried off its flagship: The Royal Charles.
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