Dates 1626-1640

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1626
Second Parliament, Charles issued a proclamation supporting the Arminians and attacking the Puritans
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1627
Sibthorpe’s sermon, forced loans, Five Knights Case (forced loans), Beginnings of war with France – expedition to La Rochelle and Isle de Rhe
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1628
Buckingham assassinated, Laud appointed Archbishop of London, First session of third parliament, Petition of Rights , Wentworth become President for the Council of the North
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1629
Second session of third parliament , Charles dissolves Parliament and starts Personal Rule, Three resolutions – Eliot held down the speaker, Peace with France
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1630
Distraint of knighthood – extensive fines levied on freeholders worth £40 per annum who had failed to take up knighthood, Treaty of Mardrid- peace with spain, bad harvest
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1632
wentworth appointed lord deputy of ireland, Eliot's death
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1633
scottish coronation, death of abbot, laud made arch bishop of canterbury, book of sports reissued, fines on COL by crown
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1634
forest laws, ship money imposed to maritime counties
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1635
ship money extended to inland counties, war with spain and france declared, book of rates
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1637
Burton, Bastwick and Prynne, hampden's case, new prayer book, forest fines continue to be collected
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1638
scottish national covenant, wpentworth says they have to reduce scots to obedience
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1639
first bishops war, charles raises troops to fight but no fighting happens, wentworth returns from Ireland,
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1640
wentworth made earl of strafford,second bishops war, short and long Parliament, treaty of ripon, impeachment of laud and wentworth, laud's canons, root and branch petition
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Buckingham assassinated, Laud appointed Archbishop of London, First session of third parliament, Petition of Rights , Wentworth become President for the Council of the North

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Second session of third parliament , Charles dissolves Parliament and starts Personal Rule, Three resolutions – Eliot held down the speaker, Peace with France

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Distraint of knighthood – extensive fines levied on freeholders worth £40 per annum who had failed to take up knighthood, Treaty of Mardrid- peace with spain, bad harvest

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