Charles I

Charles I
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  • Charles I was coronated on the 2nd of February and when parliament was restricting on taxes and so said about the divine right of kings
  • 1625
  • The divine king of rights was a belief followed by the monarchy in which they were put on the throne by God and in if you disrepect them you dis respect God
  • I was put on this planet by God as your king and when I was coronated it meant I was king, you aren't and so I don't need you
  • In 1626 Parliament tried to impeach Buckingham when he said of a naval assault on Spain, and said about the King's financial obligation.But when Parliament pointed out that the country could not afford more taxes at a time of economic recession Charles dissolved Parliament
  • Your must be taken out you are corrupt and don't deserve to have such high power
  • In 1626 June 15th Charles I dissolved Parliament after the 2nd calling of Parliament on the 26th December 1625 but closed it for a number of reasons like not allowing taxes for wars, trying to impeach Buckingham as many commons wouldn't back down to impeach Buckingham and when he closed Parliament, annoyed many
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  • In 1628 the king was shown the petition of rights by Parliament and was an important English constitutional document
  •  It was meant to be a specific guideline for the king meaning he wasn’t allowed to infringe and constrains a non applicable parliament tax, to stop soldiers commandeering property and improving someone without a reason 
  • In the aftermath of some unprecedented scenes like the commons turned its attention once again to the question of Tunnage and Poundag and  claimed that the customs officials responsible for seizing the merchants’ goods had acted on their own authority for their own profit, the king denounced the Commons for its ‘undutiful and seditious carriage
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  • It was now clear that there was no longer any prospect of securing a statutory grant of Tunnage and Poundage, and shortly thereafter Charles not only dissolved the Parliament by proclamation but also had nine of the ringleaders of the affray arrested, one of whom Eliot died. Thereafter Charles, now thoroughly disenchanted with parliaments, embarked on a period of personal rule that lasted until the military defeat of the English by the Scots in 1640.And once dissolved Parliament started the eleven year tyranny
  • In 1637  Charles tried to impose a new Prayer Book on Scotland a more Catholic one but The Scots hated it and denounced it and rebelled to him and went to war with Charles starting the year long war The bishops wars with a Scottish Covenanters
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