2 edition of Scots army in the reign of Anne found in the catalog.
Scots army in the reign of Anne
S. H. F. Johnston
Written in English
Offprint from Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, Jan. 12, 1952.
|Other titles||Transactions of the Royal Historical Society.|
|Statement||by S. H. F. Johnston.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
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In the government of Queen Anne, dominated by the Anglican High Church party, passed an act that had a direct bearing on the Ulster Scots.
All office holders were obliged to take communion in the Established Church, a measure which at a single stroke virtually wiped out much of the civil administration in the north of The handful of troops which composed the Scots Army was left without a general officer for seven years, when the Earl of Linlithgow, as senior officer, acted as commander.
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Mary was executed for her involvement. Boleyn, Anne () – Henry VIII’s 2 nd wife, mother of Elizabeth I. Henry declared himself Supreme Head of the English church in order to marry her in However, she Charles IX’s reign did not begin very auspiciously; he wept at his coronation from exhaustion and stress.
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Charles raised an army to bring the Scots back to obedience, but its effect in the so-called Bishops’ Wars of –40 in Scotland was to destabilize further all the countries over which he ruled.
Eventual defeat by the Scots alarmed the English Parliament, which blamed Charles for the unrest and tried to curb his powers of taxation and Mary II (30 April – 28 December ) was Queen regnant of England, Scotland, and Ireland from until her death.
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