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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-348

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346 DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES Troubles The Short Parliament Strafford's ascendency The Constitutional victories of the Long Parliament Tin Irish Rebellion The Grand Remonstrance and the attempt on the five members The first Civil War Attempt to obtain peace The second Civil War Execution of the King Lent Term 1890 The Commonwealth Irish and Scottish Wars The Barebones Parliament The Protectorate Richard Cromwell Anarchy and Restoration Charles recalled The Long Parliament of the Restoration Clarendon his policy and deficiencies The so-called Cabal Ministry The Triple Alliance Treaty of Dover Declaration of Indulgence Test Act Break up of the Cabal and accession of the Danby Ministry Danby as Minister Position of Louis XIV The Popish Plot Fall of Danby The Exclusion Bill Cause of the Tory re-action Death of Charles II James II The Test Act violated The Declaration of Indulgence The Magdalen Fellows The Seven Bishops Birth of Prince of Wales Invitation to the Prince of Orange His landing at Torbay and flight of James Parliament offers the Crown to William and Mary Constitutional results of the Revolu- tion and legislative enactments by which these are confirmed Easter ΤβΐΊη War in Scotland and Ireland War with France William personally unpopular but becomes the champion of English Nationality The Cabinet System its beginning and importance The Spanish Succession and the Partition Treaties The Act of Settlement Recognition of the son of James II by Louis XIV The Grand Alliance Death of
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