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1) Charles I had his head cut off.
2) Charles I was beheaded by the Cromwellians.
3) King Charles I had his head cut off.
4) Charles I had his head chopped off.
5) Charles I was beheaded in 1649.
6) Charles I ruled for eleven years.
7) King Charles I was deposed from the English throne in 1646.
8) King Charles I was executed on 30th January 1649.
9) The private life of Charles I was irreproachable.
10) In 1640, parliament, with the agreement of Charles I,(http://sentencedict.com/charles i.html) appointed a committee to investigate complaints against clergy.
11) Charles I was equally well disposed towards Salisbury and made him a privy councillor in 1626.
12) Paul claims to be a descendant of King Charles I.
13) When Charles I came to the throne, Calvert resigned, but he did not lose favor.
14) Oliver Cromwell overthrew King Charles I.
15) Charles I was condemned to death.
16) Charles I ruled ( England ) for eleven years.
17) Charles I raised his standard here in '42[Sentencedict.com], marking the beginning of the English Civil War.
18) If Charles I owned a real Leonardo before he was executed in 1649, this means our national love affair with the Renaissance polymath has been going on for almost 400 years.
19) The frontispiece to Eikon Basilike showed Charles I as a martyr, kneeling in prayer.
20) Charles I also tried to raise money without Parliament through a Forced Loan in 1626, and imprisoned without trial a number of those who refused to pay it.
21) Son of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, he supported his father in the English Civil Wars.
22) Parliament voted Charles I & 100, 000 for the army.
23) It was about this time that the power struggle between King Charles I and parliament began to escalate.
24) Those who had fought together for the overthrow of Charles I, now bickered amongst themselves.
25) English history: war between the Parliamentarians and the Royalists under Charles I; 1644 - 1648.
26) Scottish Covenanter who changed allegiance(1643) and led a force of Highlanders in a series of military victories on behalf of Charles I during the English Civil War.
27) Note: The Sicilian Vespers is the name given to a rebellion in Sicily in 1282 against the rule of the Angevin king Charles I of Naples, who had taken control of the island with Papal support in 1266.
28) Once used as a law court, the hall has held several notable trials, including that of Sir William Wallace (1305), the Gunpowder Plot conspirators (1606) and King Charles I (1649).
29) So in the years just before 1637, the English court under James I and then later under Charles I -the English crown had been cracking down on the delivery of Puritan sermons in the church.
30) It was, above all, the influence of the classics, Aristotle and Cicero in particular, that Hobbes regards as an important cause for the recent civil war and the regicide of Charles I.
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