James I the Early years 1603 - 1621

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  • Created on: 03-04-15 12:25

1. What was James' response to Puritans wanting to abolish Bishops and achieve church equality in 1604

  • "Charm me"
  • "I object!"
  • "No Bishop no King!"
  • "Money"
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2. Who were "Spaniels to the King, wolves to the people"? (-Neville)

  • The nobility
  • The Dutch
  • James' royal favourites
  • The Catholics

3. What were the implications of the 1618 Synod of Dort

  • Growing Arminianism in England
  • Parliament giving James £100,000
  • Foreign policy disputes with the Dutch
  • James falling out with Robert Carr

4. With what was James I said to have been "triumphantly successful" by J.P Kenyon

  • Dealing with the Catholics after the Gunpowder plot
  • Financing his frivolous spending
  • The Hampton court conference Jan 1604
  • Foreign policy with the Dutch

5. What year was the Book of Sports dispute?

  • 1620
  • 1618
  • 1615
  • 1613

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