Was a Scottish King- cousin of Elizabeth.
Has to now resort to "ship money" in order to financially support the production of ships.
Even though he is sympathetic towards the Puritans (who wanted to purify the Church) he gave the impression of supporting Roman Catholicism by supporting Laud
Wants a new prayer book and the addition of bishoprics
It proceeded to enact legislation that limited the power of the monarch and made arbitrary government impossible
Compels the king to summon Parliament every three years.
Tested loyalty: king or Parliament?
He uses savagery and leaves a hatred for the English in Ireland
Kings Charles was executed in turn for treason
The period in between two monarchical periods.
Requires English goods to be transported by English ships
A new constitution created by the army; it invested executive power in Cromwell and a council of state.
Agrees to relax laws on Catholics for 200,000 pounds annually.
those who refused to receive the Eucharist of the Church of England could not vote, assemble meetings, or go to a university
They were able to replace one king with another without much bloodshed. This revolution established the fact the sovereignty was split between the king and Parliament.
This was created in response to Stuart's idea of an absolute monarchy. This in turn created a constitutional monarchy.