Charles I is crowned King of Scotland; insists on Anglicising the Church

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Charles I is crowned King of Scotland at Edinburgh, eight years after succeeding to the throne. He orders the Scottish Parliament to prepare a liturgy modelled on that of the Anglican Church. The Scottish Church demands the revival of General assemblies, but in vain.

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Editors. "Charles I is crowned King of Scotland; insists on Anglicising the Church". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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