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Headword Date Article Type
Duke of Buckingham is impeached 1626 Context Note
'Darnel's case' sees five imprisoned Englishmen plead for release 1627 Context Note
Trial of Sir John Eliot 1630 Context Note
Trial of the Lancashire witches 1633 Context Note
William Prynne is tried for libelling Queen Henrietta Maria 1634 Context Note
Trial of Burton, Bastwicke and Prynne 1637 Context Note
Lord Finch, the Lord Keeper, is impeached by the Commons 1640 Context Note
Parliament endorses trial of the King 1648 Context Note
Trial of Charles I 1649 Context Note
Establishment of a High Court of Justice 1650 Context Note
John Lilburne put on trial for felony 1653 Context Note
John Lilburne imprisoned though he was not found guilty 1653 Context Note
All magistrates are to swear loyalty to the King and Church of England 1661 Context Note
Thomas Osborne is impeached by the House of Commons 1678 Context Note
Lord Stafford is tried for treason 1680 Context Note
Earl of Argyle is sentenced to death for treason 1681 Context Note
Titus Oates is flogged through the streets of London 1685 Context Note
Judge Jeffreys conducts the 'Bloody Assizes' 1685 Context Note
James II introduces Roman Catholics into the Church and army 1686 Context Note
Seven Bishops are tried for opposing the Declaration of Indulgence 1688 Context Note

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