Browsing Policing and Surveillance

23 articles found

Headword Date Article Type
English Parliament imposes severe penalties against Roman Catholics 1606 T Note
John Cowell's law dictionary is censured 1610 T Note
An Arian is burnt for heresy at Smithfield 1612 T Note
James I forbids the discussion of state affairs 1620 T Note
Parliamentary Protestation denies the King's right to imprison MPs 1621 T Note
James I imprisons Sir Edward Coke for his share in the Protestation 1621 T Note
James I tears the Protestation from the Commons Journal 1621 T Note
James I places John Pym, the Parliamentary leader, under house arrest 1622 T Note
Trial of the Lancashire witches 1633 T Note
William Prynne is tried for libelling Queen Henrietta Maria 1634 T Note
William Prynne loses both his ears as punishment for libel 1634 T Note
Outcry against Archbishop Laud at the punishment of Puritans 1639 T Note
Blasphemy Act is passed at Westminster 1648 T Note
Cromwell prohibits Anglican services 1655 T Note
English Parliament rejects concessions to Nonconformists 1660 T Note
Charles II withdraws Declaration of Indulgence 1673 T Note
James, Duke of York, is forced by Test Act to resign as Lord High Admiral 1673 T Note
Roman Catholics are excluded from both Houses of Parliament 1678 T Note
Charles II dissolves parliament to halt the Exclusion Bill 1679 T Note
Charles II again dissolves Parliament to halt the Exclusion Bill 1679 T Note

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