Tudor and Stuart timeline

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Accession of Mary
Divorce crisis begins
Religious Settlement in England
Thirty Year's War Begins
Parliament attacks Buckingham after Cadiz expedition
Campaign against recusants
Peace of Cambrai (Henry VIII)
Death of Prince Henry (Charles I's brother)
Fall of Wolsey - Sir Thomas More succeeds as Lord Chancellor
Leicester's intervention in the Netherlands; war with Spain
Battle of Solway Moss - English victory over invading Scottish army (Henry VIII)
More resigns
Battle of Pinkie - English victory over Scotland (Edward VI)
Dissolution of Charles' second Parliament
Persecutions of Protestants begins
Dissolution of the Monasteries
Impeachment of Strafford and Laud
Peace with France (Charles I)
Ten Propositions of Parliament
Northern Rising (Elizabeth I)
Peace in Ireland (James I)
Death of Richard III at Bosworth; accession of Henry VII
Charles I crowned
New Book of Rates (Mary I)
Act against dissolving parliament without permission
Bad harvests begin (Elizabeth I)
War with France (Mary I)
Forced loan for Spanish war (Charles I)
Charles fails to arrest five members of the Commons
End of war with Spain (James I)
Start of Civil War
Addled Parliament meets (James I)
Papal Bull declare Elizabeth excommunicated and deposed
Peace with France (Henry VIII)
Short Parliament soon followed by Long Parliament
Succession of Edward VI; ascendancy of Protector Somerset
Accession of James VI of Scotland as James I
Riots and petitions in Scotland over prayer book
James declared 'King of Great Britain'
James' first Parliament
Rebellion of Lambert Simnel
Strafford executed
Rebellion in Ireland (Charles I)
Laud becomes Archbishop of Canterbury
Execution of More and Fisher
Establishment of Jamestown, Virginia
Act of Supremacy
Execution of Mary Stuart
Buckingham assassinated
Defeat of Buckingham at La Rochelle
Parliament issues Militia Ordinance
Ship money levied
Gunpowder plot
Visit to Scotland by James I
English prayer book introduced to Scotland
Scottish National Assembly draws up National Covenant abolishing the Book of Common Prayer
Act of Revocation revoking all crown gifts in Scotland made since 1540
Birth of Prince Henry
Accession of Elizabeth I
Union of England and Wales (Henry VIII)
Nineteen Propositions of Parliament
Mary Stuart flees to England
Tonnage and Poundage Act
Archbishop Parker's 'Adevertisements' demand religious conformity
Peace with Spain (Charles I)
War with France and Scotland; Battle of Flodden - English victory over Scotland
Peace at Cateau-Cambresis (Elizabeth I)
Charles accepts Petition of Right
Assasination of Henri IV (James I)
Wolsey appointed Lord Chancellor
Duke of Suffolk's march on Paris (Henry VIII)
Charles dissolves Parliament (late 20's)
Midlands rising (James I)
Birth of Prince Charles (Charles II)
Prince Charles marries Henrietta Maria; suppression of recusansy laws
Essex's rebellion
Jesuit missionaries arrive in England
Grand Remonstrance
Five Articles of Perth
Defeat of the Spanish Armada
Pilgrimage of Grace
Warwick's coup
Accession of Henry VIII
Henry VIII marries Anne Boleyn - birth of Elizabeht
Act of Appeals
Execution of Empson and Dudley
War with France - English capture of Boulogne (Henry VIII)
First Book of Common Prayer

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