The emergence of a royalist party - Religious Division

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1. What did the anti-Laudians petition aim to remove?

  • Innovations of the 1627's and abolish episcopacy
  • Innovtions of the 1630's and abolish episocpacy
  • Innovations of the 1630's and abolish episcopacy
  • Charles as King
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2. What two important gestures did Charles make?

  • He apointed John Williams, to be Archbishop of York and wrote to the Lords to reassure them
  • He appointed John Williams
  • Wrote to the bishops to reassure them
  • He appointed John Williams to be Archbishop of York and wrote to his wife about the new decision
  • He appointed Pym to be Archbishop of York and wrote to the Lords to reassur them
  • He appointed John Williams to be Archbishop of York and wrote to the bishops worrying them about their religious positions in the church

3. Define the term Radicals

  • Those who favoured sweeping changes to Church or State
  • Those who hated Pym
  • Those who wanted the Church or State to stay the same
  • Those who wanted the King to be impeached

4. When the parishioners took matters into their own hands, what did they do?

  • Tearing own the altar rails, moving the communion table back to the west side of the church and interrupting prayer book services
  • Tearing down altar rails, movig the communion table back to th centre of the church and interrupting prayer book services
  • Decorating the altar rails to make them seem more holy, moving the communion table to the east of the Church and interrupting prayer book services
  • Ran a normal service like they had been doing for centuries

5. What happened once the Court of High Commission was abolished??

  • Posters were put around England using negative language
  • The Court of High Commission ws brought back into the country after 5 months
  • There was a flood of pamphlets attacking the established Church, which used extreme language that offended many
  • There was a flood of pamphlets which argued for the Court of High Commission to come back

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