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Headword Date Article Type
English Parliament imposes severe penalties against Roman Catholics 1606 Context Note
John Cowell's law dictionary is censured 1610 Context Note
An Arian is burnt for heresy at Smithfield 1612 Context Note
James I forbids the discussion of state affairs 1620 Context Note
Parliamentary Protestation denies the King's right to imprison MPs 1621 Context Note
James I imprisons Sir Edward Coke for his share in the Protestation 1621 Context Note
James I tears the Protestation from the Commons Journal 1621 Context Note
James I places John Pym, the Parliamentary leader, under house arrest 1622 Context Note
Trial of the Lancashire witches 1633 Context Note
William Prynne is tried for libelling Queen Henrietta Maria 1634 Context Note
William Prynne loses both his ears as punishment for libel 1634 Context Note
Outcry against Archbishop Laud at the punishment of Puritans 1639 Context Note
Blasphemy Act is passed at Westminster 1648 Context Note
Cromwell prohibits Anglican services 1655 Context Note
English Parliament rejects concessions to Nonconformists 1660 Context Note
Charles II withdraws Declaration of Indulgence 1673 Context Note
James, Duke of York, is forced by Test Act to resign as Lord High Admiral 1673 Context Note
Roman Catholics are excluded from both Houses of Parliament 1678 Context Note
Charles II dissolves parliament to halt the Exclusion Bill 1679 Context Note
Charles II again dissolves Parliament to halt the Exclusion Bill 1679 Context Note

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