To what Extent & for what Reasons Did Divisions Emerge in Parliament between the Summer of 1641 & the Summer of 1642?
In the Summer of 1641, between May to June, Prerogative taxation and the courts were abolished, under the control of the Long Parliament. The Ten Propositions followed closely behind in June of that same year, but when Charles leaves to negotiate peace with the Scots he leaves Parliament to sort everything, which is a bad idea as I November, the Irish Rebellion and the Grand Remonstrance occurred. Charles returns to his throne from Scotland during this time. Finally, in December of 1641, the Militia Bill was passed. The following year in January, there was the attempted arrest of the Five members of Parliament and the King leaves London.
In early 1641, to begin to dismantle Personal rule, the Prerogative Courts of Star Chamber and High Commission were abolished, and Ship Money and Knighthood issues were declared illegal. The limits of the royal forest were also redefined, (so some people could move back) and the collection of tonnage and poundage without parliament intervening was outlawed.…
- To what Extent & for what Reasons Did Divisions Emerge in Parliament between the Summer of 1641 & the Summer of 1642?
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