James II, The Glorious Revolution

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Clues

  • In April 1687, James II used his __________ power to repeal the Test Act (10)
  • In May 1685, the Duke of Argyll led the ________ in rebellion (11)
  • James II tries to flee in _______ 1688, and eventually escapes (8)
  • James II was unpopular because he was a ______ (8)
  • July 1685, Monmouth was _______ (8)
  • One reason why Monmouth was unpopular (12)
  • The letter of the ________ 7, 30th June 1688 (8)
  • William landed in Torbay in ____ 1688 (8)
  • William of Orange was the _______ of the Dutch Republic (11)
  • William was legitimate and ________ which made him popular (10)

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