The Stuarts History Quiz #8 - The Long Parliament
The Long Parliament acts as the Prelude to the English Civil War. 10 Questions.
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When was the Long Parliament first sat; by the Act of Parliament the Parliament did not dissolve itself until 1660 - lasting twenty years?
November 3, 1640
November 27, 1640
December 18, 1640
December 28, 1640
The Long Parliament centered around the issue of ''evil councilors'', this included the impeachment and execution of which of King Charles I's advisers by the Bill of Attainder in 1641?
During 1641, there was a growth of opposition outside Parliament known as ''what''?
Which Member of Parliament emerged as the leading figure in the House of Commons in 1640 and was regarded as the chief opponent of King Charles I?
Which of these petitions was signed by 15,000 Londoners in December 1640?
The Root and Branch Petition
The Triennial Act, passed on February 15, 1641, abolished ship money without Parliamentary consent; it also stated that King Charles I had to call a Parliament every how many years?
After Bedford's death in May 1641, and the failure of ''royal appointments'' to solve Parliament's disputes with the Crown, Parliament would split between ''Parliamentarians'' and what over ''party''?
The radicalisation of Parliament seemed to be confirmed by the Ten Propositions (June, 1640); which of these concessions were not included in the document?
Parliamentary annexation of all of the Crown Lands.
Parliamentary input into who was in the Privy Council.
Parliamentary control of those around the Queen.
Parliamentary choice of religious education for the royal children.
The Five Members Coup (January, 1642) saw King Charles announcing the impeachment of is key opponents; how many were to be arrested by the monarch's guards?
In August 22, 1642, King Charles I declared war on the Parliament by raising his royal standard in which city; this signaled the start of the English Civil War?
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