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Restoration
In 1660 the army asked Charles the 1st' son, charles the 2nd to take the throne. In this way restoring the monarchy to power. Puritanism was in decline and church support for sports and recreations increased.
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Game Laws
These 18th and 19th century laws gave sole right to kill game to the upper class and caused deep and lasting hostility in rural areas.
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English Civil war (began due to the execution of Charles 1st in 1649)
War between the weakly-lead royalists or cavaliers, under king charles the 1st, who tended to be gentry, rural and high church, and the Roundheads (supporters of parliament), who were largely merchant class, urban and low church.
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Patron
A member of the gentry who looked after a lower class performer such as a runner or prize fighter. They do it for prestige. Modern day patrons are called sponsors
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Coursing
The chasing of hares by trained dogs for a wager
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Card 2

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Game Laws

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These 18th and 19th century laws gave sole right to kill game to the upper class and caused deep and lasting hostility in rural areas.

Card 3

Front

English Civil war (began due to the execution of Charles 1st in 1649)

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Patron

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Coursing

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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