The emergence of a royalist party - Religious Division

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1. What raised new forces about absolutism and popish tyranny

  • Events in Scotland and Ireland
  • Events in Northern Ireland
  • Events in Scotland
  • Events in Ireland
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2. When the parishioners took matters into their own hands, what did they do?

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

3. Whilst the popish plot was taking place, what did Henrietta Maria do?

  • She converted to a different religion to allow the fighting to stop
  • She seeked assisstance from her close friends
  • She seeked assisstance from foreign Catholic powers
  • She seeked assisstance from Charles

4. What two important gestures did Charles make?

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

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

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

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