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'Darnel's case' sees five imprisoned Englishmen plead for release 1627 Context Note
All magistrates are to swear loyalty to the King and Church of England 1661 Context Note
Bolingbroke is impeached 1715 Context Note
Duke of Buckingham is impeached 1626 Context Note
Earl of Argyle is sentenced to death for treason 1681 Context Note
Francis Bacon becomes Attorney General 1613 Context Note
Francis Bacon, the Lord Chancellor, is charged with corruption 1621 Context Note
James II introduces Roman Catholics into the Church and army 1686 Context Note
Judge Jeffreys conducts the 'Bloody Assizes' 1685 Context Note
Legal ruling that any Scot born after 1603 is a subject of the King of England 1608 Context Note
Lord Finch, the Lord Keeper, is impeached by the Commons 1640 Context Note
Lord Stafford is tried for treason 1680 Context Note
Lord Treasurer Lionel Cranfield is impeached for bribery 1624 Context Note
Mary Queen of Scots is tried for treason 1586 - 1586 Context Note
Mary Queen of Scots pronounced guilty in the Star Chamber 1586 Context Note
Parliament charges Sir John Fenwick with treason 1696 Context Note
Queen Elizabeth confirms the sentence against Mary Queen of Scots 1586 Context Note
Robert Earl of Essex is tried for misdemeanours in Ireland 1600 Context Note
Seven Bishops are tried for opposing the Declaration of Indulgence 1688 Context Note
Sir Walter Raleigh found guilty of high treason 1603 Context Note

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