Charles 1525-1529

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How much did Charles get in the 1625 parliament?
2 subsidies worth £140,000
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How long was tonnage and poundage granted for?
1 year- Charles took it after anyways
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When was the second Parliament?
1626
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What happened before this Parliament?
York House Conference
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Prerogative rule begins in
1627
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Last Parliament...
1628-1629
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Failure of war in Cadiz
Autumn 1625
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Opponents stopped from standing as MPs
1626
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Commons prepare to impeach Buckingham
1626 Parliament February
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Opponents of Charles pushed out of privy council
1626 after Parliament
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Forced loan
1626
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Commons offer 5 subsidies and Tonnage and Poundage for life
1628-1629
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Petition of Right
1628
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Assassination of Buckingham
August 1628
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Three Resolutions
1629
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Peace with France, Treaty of Susa
April 1629
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Peace with Spain, Treaty of Madrid
November 1630
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How much was needed for Charles' foreign policy commitments?
£1million
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How did Charles try to remove opponents from 1626 Parl?
Made them sheriffs
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Why did Charles reluctantly sign the Petition of Right?
To get subsidy
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Why did MPs draw up a remonstrance after the Petition?
Lax enforcement against Catholics
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What three things were criticised in the Three Resolutions?
Forced loan; innovation in religion; those who paid the forced loan
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Date of Cadiz expedition
October 1626
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First attempt to take La Rochelle?
1627
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Second attempt to take La Rochelle?
1628
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What had the 1624 money been spent on?
The Mansfeld expedition
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What showed that Richelieu could not be trusted?
Used British ships to attack the Hugenots
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Who preached at the opening of the 1625 Parliament?
William Laud
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Which Arminian became the Bishop of Chichester?
Richard Montagu
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What was the message of Robert Sibthorpe's sermon?
Should support the forced loan
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How much raised from captured French ships in 1626?
£50,000
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How much money did the forced loan raise by the end of 1627?
£260,000
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How many imprisoned for refusing to pay?
76
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How did Charles treat the judges who would not say the loan was legal?
Removed them from the bench
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How many imprisoned for refusing to pay?
76
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What is the right of haebus corpus?
Can't be imprisoned for more than 24 hours without a reason
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Who did England sign the Treaty of Southampton with in 1625? What was agreed?
The Dutch, Anti-Habsburg alliance
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