Sir Roger De Coverley Papers

Sir Roger De Coverley Papers

By: James Addison

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Publisher: Ginn & Co., 1899 Boston, MA: Ginn & Co.. 1899. Hardcover. 0898759307 . Very Good with no dust jacket; -wiki version of events."William and Mary were the co-regents over the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, namely the Dutch Prince of Orange King William III (& II) and his spouse (and first cousin) Queen Mary II."According to this bok Mary was Williams daughter!!What do you say to that fukking Dr.PHIL? "Their joint reign began in February 1689 after they were offered the throne by the Convention Parliament irregularly summoned by William after his successful invasion of England in February 1689, the so-called Glorious Revolution. They replaced James II (& VII), Mary's father, who fled the country. Parliament offered William and Mary a co-regency, at the couple's behest. After Mary died in 1694, William ruled alone until his death in 1702. William and Mary were childless and were ultimately succeeded by Mary's younger sister, Anne. Historic influence To end the Glorious Revolution, William and Mary signed the English Bill of Rights of 1689. This action both signaled the end of several centuries of tension and conflict between the crown and parliament, and the end of the idea that England would be restored to Roman Catholicism, King William being a Dutch Protestant leader. The Bill of Rights also inspired the English colonists in the Thirteen Colonies to revolt against the rule of King James II and his proposed changes in colonial governance. These revolts occurred in the colonies of Massachusetts, New York, and Maryland.[1] Stamp duty was first introduced into England during this reign, by an act of 1694 titled "An act for granting to their Majesties several duties upon vellum, parchment and paper, for four years, towards carrying on the war against France".[2] Their names were lent to the second institution of higher learning in the United States, The College of William and Mary, which was founded in 1693 under a royal charter"

Title: Sir Roger De Coverley Papers

Author Name: James Addison

Categories: History,

Publisher: Publisher: Ginn & Co., 1899 Boston, MA: Ginn & Co..: 1899

Book Condition: tight, mild notation in pencil,VF+

Jacket Condition: none

Seller ID: e949u49t49t4

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