The English Civil war

1625 Charles 1 (King of England, Scotland and Ireland) annoyed the British parliament.
Questioning Royal powers
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1625-1626 Charles 1 dissolved 1st parliament because he married a catholic (worried protestants in the country)
Absolute power, Divine right of Kings and Questioning royal powers
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1626 Charles 1 dismissed 2nd parliament. Parliament wanted to impeach the duke of Buckingham because he supported France
Questioning royal powers
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1628 Charles 1 dismissed 3rd parliament. They disagreed with shipping taxes, fines andante the support of catholics.
Questioning royal powers
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10 years with no parliament
Questioning royal powers
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1638 Bishops war and Charles 1 demanded the English prayer book was used in Scotland
Absolute power and Little god
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Because the Scots weren't happy with having the English prayer book so the Scottish troops moved to England
Absolute power and Little god
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1640 the Cavaliers needed money so Charles 1 recalled parliament. This only lasted 3 weeks because they didn't want ship money to continue. Thenthe Scottish military had moved further down England so Charles 1 had to recall parliament again
Absolute power- the long parliament
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1625-1626 Charles 1 dissolved 1st parliament because he married a catholic (worried protestants in the country)

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Absolute power, Divine right of Kings and Questioning royal powers

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1626 Charles 1 dismissed 2nd parliament. Parliament wanted to impeach the duke of Buckingham because he supported France

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1628 Charles 1 dismissed 3rd parliament. They disagreed with shipping taxes, fines andante the support of catholics.

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10 years with no parliament

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