Kagan Chapter 13

James I

A Trew Law on Free Monoarchies- James I

1598

James I of England reign

1603 - 1625

James Vi succeeded Elizabeth

1603

Millenary Petition, first direct dealing with puritans

January 1604

James concludes a peace with Spain

1604

Publication of the KJV Bible

1611

James created a royal monopoly to import tobacco

1614

Book of Sports is issued

1618

James hesitates to rush English troops to the aid of Protestants

1618

James approved incorporation of clay pipe makers in london

1619

Puritan found Plymouth colony

1620

Puritians found massachusetts Bay Colony

1620 - 1630

England enters a continental war against spain

1624

Charles I

William Laud

1573 - 1645

John Pym

1584 - 1643

Charles I reign

1625 - 1649

Parliament meets, frustrated

1628

Buckingham is assassinated

August 1628

Parliament further underscores its resolve to limit royal prerogative

January 1629

Peace with France

1629

Peace with Spain

1630

William Laud becomes archbishop of Canterbury

1633

oppose English puritans by imposing the Anglican Book of Common Prayer

1637

Long Parliament

1640 - 1660

Charles calls parliament because of Scotland

1640

Short Parliament

April 1640 - May 1640

James II and Renewed Fears of a Catholic England

revokment of the Edict of Nates

1685

issue of the Declaration of Indulgence

1687

Glorious Revolution

1688

James imprisions seven anglican bishops

1688

Catholic male heir to the throne is born

June 20,1688

William of Orange arrives with his army

November 1688

Toleration Act

1689

William and Mary the new monarchs

1689

Second Treatise of Government

1690

Act of Settlement

1701

Queen Anne reign

1702 - 1714