The search for Settlement 1646-9

HideShow resource information
July 1646
The Newcastle Propositions
1 of 27
Spring 1647
The Declaration of Dislike
2 of 27
June 1647
Cornet Joyce seize Charles from Holdenby House
3 of 27
Aug 1647
The Army took control of London and put down the counter-revolution led by Presbyterians
4 of 27
July 1647
The Heads of the Proposals
5 of 27
Oct 1647
The Agreement of the People
6 of 27
Oct 1647
The case of the Army truly stated
7 of 27
Oct-Nov 1647
The Putney Debates
8 of 27
Nov 1647
Corkbush Field
9 of 27
26th Dec 1647
Charles signs the Engagement with the Scots
10 of 27
17th Jan 1648
The Vote of No Addresses
11 of 27
1646
Scots had possession of the King
12 of 27
Jan 1647
The Scots handed Charles back to Parliament
13 of 27
April 1648
The Windsor Prayer Meeting
14 of 27
1641
Execution of Strafford
15 of 27
1645
Charles' conversation with Rupert
16 of 27
1642
Charles responds to the Newcastle Propositions
17 of 27
24th Aug 1648
Parliament repeals the Vote of No Addresses
18 of 27
Jan-Aug 1648
The Second Civil War
19 of 27
Sept-Nov 1648
Newport Treaty negotiations
20 of 27
April-June 1648
Anti-Parliament uprisings - Highlight growing support for the monarchy
21 of 27
Nov 1648
The Remonstrance of the Army
22 of 27
Dec 1648
Pride's Purge
23 of 27
Jan 1649
Trial and execution of Charles I
24 of 27
Dec 1647
The Four Bills
25 of 27
13th Dec 1648
The purged Parliament (The Rump) annuls the Treaty of newport
26 of 27
Aug 1648
The Battle of Preston
27 of 27

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

The Declaration of Dislike

Back

Spring 1647

Card 3

Front

Cornet Joyce seize Charles from Holdenby House

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

The Army took control of London and put down the counter-revolution led by Presbyterians

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

The Heads of the Proposals

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all Crisis of State resources »