English History 1629-40

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Kings

Reign of King Charles I

January 1629 - December 1640

Parliaments

English 'Short' Parliament

13 April 1640 - 5 May 1640

Events

Book of Orders

1631

Ship Money

1634

Revised Book of Rates

1635

Hampden Case

November 1637

Non-conformity made treasonous

February 1638

Religious Events

Bishops ordered back to their dioceses

1629

Laud becomes Archbishop of Canterbury

1633

Abolition of Feoffees for Impropriations

1633

Reissue of 'Book of Sports'

18 October 1633

All Scottish Bishops made Justices of the Peace

1634

Prynne's ears lopped

17 February 1634

Bishop William Juxon of London becomes Lord Treasurer of England

1636

Book of Common Prayer introduced

1637

Trial and punishment of Prynne, Bastwick and Purton

1637

Oath of Allegiance in York

April 1639

Ireland

Wentworth as Lord Deputy of Ireland

January 1632 - September 1639

'39 Articles' in Ireland

1634

Irish Parliament grants 6 subsidies

1634

Wentworth recalled to England

September 1639

Scotland

Scottish Protestants ordered to kneel for communion annually

1629

Archbishop Spottiswoode becomes Lord Chancellor of Scotland

1635

Prayer Book riot in St Giles' Cathedral

23 July 1637

Formation of 'The Tables'

November 1637

Scottish National Covenant

February 1638

General Assembly and Parliament suspend the Prayer Book, Canons and Episcopacy

November 1638

Military Operations/Wars

First Bishops War

December 1638 - July 1639

Pacification of Bewick

18 June 1639

Covenanters launch pre-emptive attack on England

July 1640

Second Bishops War

July 1640 - 26 October 1640

Treaty of Ripon

26 October 1640