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  • part of James II's England, but after James's deposition and replacement by his son-in-law William of Orange, Louis's inveterate enemy, England declared
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  • began the absolute rule of England, followed by his family for the next several generations. James advocated the divine rights of kings, and in turn wrote
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  • goal of the alliance was to resist growing French aggression in Europe. France had expected a benevolent neutrality on the part of James II's England, but
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  •   Monarchs of England Monarchs of Scotland
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  • number of other harsh measures, and jailed those who resisted. When news of the Glorious Revolution (1688-1689), which deposed James II in England, reached
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  • and Queen Mary II; jointly ruled England and Scotland after the Glorious Revolution of 1688; they replaced the absolutist King James II and ruled as constitutional
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  • Mary, Queen of Scots, James. James was already James VI, King of Scots; he became James I of England in 1603 and established the rule of the Stuart dynasty
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  • Inglis and the English Succession Crisis of 1599". in James Daybell, ed. Women and Politics in Early Modern England, 1450-1700. Aldershot; Burlington, VT:
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  • was pregnant with the future James VI of Scotland (James I of England). In the wake of the his authorization of the murder of David Riccio, Mary’s secretary
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  • Elizabethan England bona roba was a slang term for a showy wanton, a wench, a flashy girl. The term occurs twice in Shakespeare's works, II Henry IV 3
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  • in England, starting with James I and resulting in Glorious Revolution Peter the Great of Russia Rise of Prussia Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden Peace of Westphalia
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  • and Queen Mary II; jointly ruled England and Scotland after the Glorious Revolution of 1688; they replaced the absolutist King James II and ruled as constitutional
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  • representatives of the crown. In the reign of Richard II it was unsuccessfully attacked by the French. The keep was added to the castle in the reign of Henry I
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  • Palace, London, England Acceded: 30 Nov 1553, Westminster Abbey, London, England Died: 17 Nov 1558, St. James Palace, London, England Buried: Westminster
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  • providing one cause for Philip II's attack. In 1604, James signed the Treaty of London, thereby making peace with Spain. James had significant difficulty
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  • islands of Great Britain changed greatly in the Renaissance, resulting in the Church of England, the British Civil War, and total transformation of economic
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  • 5 (ff. 23-28 (twin II)), 8 (ff. 44-49 (twin I)), 15 (ff. 77-91 (twin I)) and 18 (ff. 88.5-90.1 (twin II)). Perhaps as a result of accident rather than
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  • Italy, England ,France, Spain and Netherlands. The teams that are most famous are from these countries especially. Here's a good sort of all kings of football
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  • pleased. A few years after, James II became King in 1689, But in 1689, the British Glorious Revolution overthrew the reign of James II. A king who had been seen
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  • Catherine of Aragon, daughter of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. Furthermore, Henry's daughter Margaret married James IV, King of Scots
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