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21 5 parliament limits english monarchy

  1. 1. Parliament Limits EnglishMonarchyChapter 21.5
  2. 2. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentJames 1(1603-1625)
  3. 3. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentCharles I(1625-1649)
  4. 4. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentOliver Cromwell(1649-1658)
  5. 5. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentCharles II(1660-1685)
  6. 6. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentJames II(1685-1688)
  7. 7. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentWilliam andMary(1689-1702)
  8. 8. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentJames 1(1603-1625)•Argued with Parliament overmoney•Would not change the Churchof England to Puritan worship•Authorized a new Bible version(known today at the “KJV” or“King James Version”
  9. 9. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentCharles I(1625-1649)•Dissolved Parliament when they would notgive him money•Forced to sign the Petition of Right when hecalled Parliament back in need of money.•Ignored the Petition of Right when hewanted•Sparked the English Civil War withParliament•Tried for treason against Parliament andexecuted
  10. 10. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentOliver Cromwell(1649-1658)•Cromwell abolished the monarchyand the House of Lords•later he sent the remaining membersof Parliament home and ruled as adictator.
  11. 11. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentCharles II(1660-1685)•Parliament invited Charles II to rule•passed habeas corpus, which limitedking’s power to jail opponents.
  12. 12. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentJames II(1685-1688)•fought over appointment of Catholicsto high office in violation of Englishlaw
  13. 13. Rulers’ Relations With ParliamentRuler Relations with ParliamentWilliam andMary(1689-1702)•governed as partners, with power ofmonarchy limited by Bill of Rights

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