Was the Great Remonstrance a list of grievances presented to King Charles I of England by the English Parliament on 1 December 1641, but passed by the House of Commons on 22 November 1641, during the Long Parliament; it was one of the chief events which were to precipitate the English Civil War?
Was the English Civil War (1642–1651) a series of armed conflicts and political intrigues between Parliamentarians ("Roundheads") and Royalists ("Cavaliers") in the Kingdom of England over, principally, the manner of its government.
Did end of Charles's independent governance came when he attempted to apply religious policies in Scotland?
One of the causes of the Civil War was Charles marrying Catholic Henrietta Maria?
During the "Personal Rule,"(1629-1640) Charles aroused most antagonism through his religious measures: he believed,with his main political advisor, Archbishop William Laud, in High Anglicanism, a sacramental version of the Church of England?
Did the Irish worry about Parliament raising anti-Catholic laws, leading to Irish rebellion in 1641?
Charles married Henrietta Maria in 1635?
Archbishop Laud's 'religious reforms' (railing off of communion table, making priests wear Catholic robes) were one of the causes of the English Civil War?
Was William Prynne a prominent Puritan opponent of the church policy of the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud?
John Hampden was not an English politician who was one of the leading parliamentarians involved in challenging the authority of Charles I of England in the run up to the English Civil War
Finances were irrelevant to the English Civil War
Charles I never tried to raise taxes without parliament's permission
Charles never charged unfair fines or forced loans from people
Charles did not believe in the Divine Right of Kings
Charles attempted to arrest only 2 MPs
It took 20 men to arrest the MPs on Charles I's orders in 1642.
Charles I's "Personal Rule" lasted 3 years.
Charles I was a good political leader.
Charles never used the Star Court
John Hampden was not one of the 5 MPs Charles I tried to arrest
Only John Hampden raised an army in 1642 to fight for the Parliamentary cause.
William Prynne was congratulated by Charles I for his principled stand against stage plays in 1634 - especially as Queen Henrietta appeared in one of them.