The failure of the Royalist cause in the first civil war

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1. What disturbed Royalist supporters about this alliance with the Irish?

  • Charles's willingness to allow Catholic troops arms in England
  • Charles's willingness to allow Catholics into England
  • Charles's willingness to be friends with Catholics
  • Charles's willingness to talk to Catholics
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2. Why were "clubmen" more partial towards the NMA?

  • Fairfax was a national representative of the "clubmen"
  • NMA were closer to winning the war and Fairfax was willing to negotiate
  • The NMA supported local causes financially and socially
  • The NMA were more likely to include men such as the "clubmen" into their army than the Royalist army

3. What did a treaty with Catholic Irish rebels in 1643 help to do?

  • Support rebels who had rebelled against Puritan rule
  • Support rebels who had rebelled against Protestant rule
  • Support rebels who had rebelled against Anglican rule
  • Abandon rebels who had rebelled against Protestant rule

4. How would the English benefit from this?

  • The Scots would send 10,000 men to aid parliament
  • The Scots would send 1,000,000 men to aid parliament
  • The Scots would send 21,000 men to aid Parliament
  • The Scots would send 210,000 men to aid parliament

5. How did Charles differ from his father?

  • Charles = outgoing, but uncommunicative and had an inferiority complex; James = shy, but flexible and communicative
  • Charles = shy, uncommunicative and had an inferiority complex; James = outgoing, flexible and communicative
  • Charles = shy, uncommunicative and flexible; James = outgoing, communicative but had an inferiority complex
  • Charles = outgoing, flexible and communicative; James = shy, uncommunicative and had an inferiority complex

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