Triennial Act (II) (30 words)

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The Triennial Act was passed by Parliament: this enabled the summoning of Parliament without the King's authorization; it also ruled that the imposition of the despised 'Ship Money' was illegal.

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Editors. "Triennial Act (II)". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2010
[, accessed 24 March 2018.]

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