YOU ALREADY KNOW I AM YOUR DIVINE KING, STOP BEGGING FOR WAVES. YOU ALL CAN CHEER MY ARSE.
James I ruled by the Divine Right of Kings; he has total power over life, liberty and property of his people.
THE KING IS COMING!
YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO TAKE THAT WINE AND WOOL!
Charles I believed in absolutism, unfairly taxed his people for goods and dismissed Parliament
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.
During the time of the series of armed conflicts and political schemes between Parliament and the Royalists, known as the English Civil War, Charles I was beheaded for treason. The Parliamentarian won the battle in 1651.
After the death of Charles, a new king did not assume power until 1660. The period from 1649-1660, when England was without a king, is called the English Interregnum.
Well, what now?
I am here! Welcome back Parliament, Anglican Church, and of course the courts of law and systems on local government!
Charles II ended The Interregnum and birthed The Restoration as he took over Europe.