John Ashton's Case for James II As Rightful King of England: Rebellion or Revolution (Studies in British History) ePub download
by Norman A. Coles
- ISBN: 0773482768
- ISBN13: 978-0773482760
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- Language: English
- Category: Europe
- Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (December 1, 1998)
- Pages: 164
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The England of King Alfred the Great received a new Code of laws which . It was the first Act of Union in the history of Britain.
The England of King Alfred the Great received a new Code of laws which raised the standards of English society. New churches were built, foreign scholars were brought, schools were founded, King Alfred himself translated a number of books from Latin, including Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica and began the Anglo-Saxon chronicle, a year-by year history of England. The successful Norman invasion of England in 1066 brought the country into the mainstream of western European culture.
Coles, Norman A. 1939 - John Ashton's Case for James II as Rightful King of England: Rebellion or Revolution. Kings & Queens: A History of British Monarchy. New York: Todtri Productions, 1996. Edwin Mellen Press, 1998. Douglas-Home, Charles, and Kelly, Saul.
It covers the 17-year period from 1685 to 1702, encompassing the reign of James II, the Glorious Revolution, the coregency of William III and Mary II, and up to William III's death.
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The Glorious Revolution of 1688 overthrew English Catholic king James II. .
The Glorious Revolution of 1688 overthrew English Catholic king James II, who was replaced by his Protestant daughter Mary and her husband William of Orange. King James II took the throne in England in 1685, during a time when relations between Catholics and Protestants were tense. There was also considerable friction between the monarchy and the British Parliament. James’s daughter Mary, a Protestant, was the rightful heir to the throne until 1688 when James had a son, James Francis Edward Stuart, whom he announced would be raised Catholic.