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  • Enlightenment - (see Age of Enlightenment). English Civil War (1642-1649) - A civil war fought between supporters of Charles I, (king of England, Scotland, and
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  • 1629 during the end of the Anglo-French War. These colonies did not last long: in 1631, under Charles I of England, the Treaty of Suza was signed, ending
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  • Enlightenment - (see Age of Enlightenment). English Civil War (1642-1649) - A civil war fought between supporters of Charles I, (king of England, Scotland, and
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  • Cultures of Discretion in Tudor-Stuart England. Chicago: U of Chicago P. Nott, George Frederick, ed. (1815). The Works of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey,
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  • Basingstoke, England: Palgrave. pp. 94-108. ISBN 0-333-94579-4. Larsen, Anne R. (1997). "Paradox and the Praise of women: From Ortensio Lando and Charles Estienne
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  • During Charles II's reign, England encountered the Great Plague in 1665 and the Great Fire in 1666. In 1670, Charles signed the Secret Treaty of Dover
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  • powerful noble families of England. Her father was a courtier and diplomat and, when he visited what was then the court of Margaret of Austria in 1512, he
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  • Corruption of Clergy Sale of Indulgences Plague Humanism Rise of New Monarchies Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain Henry VII of England Charles XI of France
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  • the First Battle of Newbury it was taken for the King, Charles I, and held by Sir John Boys. They quickly built defences on the slopes of the hill in a star
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  • Commonwealth of England. After Charles' execution, however, Parliament became disunited. In 1653, he suspended Parliament, and as Charles had done earlier
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  • defender of the Catholic Church at the time in Europe Philip II Hapsburg, leader of Spain and Catholic son of Charles V; he married Mary Tudor of England "Bloody"
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  • during the reign of Henry I by the Chief Justice of England, Geoffrey de Clinton (who had also been Lord Chamberlain and Treasurer to Henry I). The castle
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  • of Parma made progress in his reconquest, capturing significant portions of the Dutch Republic. However, England, under the leadership of Elizabeth I
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  • rule of King Charles I from 1625 to 1649 and the English republican government that ruled the country from 1649 to 1660. Under Charles, England engaged
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  • of his own composition during the 1560s. Darnley was murdered in February 1567 and Lennox died in September 1571, leaving Charles Stewart as earl of Lennox
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  • Philip II became the King of Spain. Charles, despite his harsh actions, had been seen as a ruler empathetic to the needs of the Netherlands. As soon as
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  • Lewis Carroll was a descendant of King Edward III of England. This descent has long been well known to the Dodgson family, but has been independently
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  • in 1215, when the nobles of England asserted their rights against King John in the Magna Carta. In addition, the notion of parliaments, as explained
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  • Many of Lewis Carroll's family in the 18th and 19th centuries were clergymen in the Church of England. Christopher Dodgson (1686?-20 June 1750) was a
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  • withdrew England from the Catholic Church, establishing the Church of England, and in the First Act of Supremacy he established the monarch of England as the
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