Remonstrance, The

Remonstrance, The, the name given to a list of abuses of royal power laid to the charge of Charles I. and drawn up by the House of Commons in 1641, and which with the petition that accompanied it contributed to bring matters to a crisis.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Remington, Philo * Remonstrants
Reiters
Relativity of Knowledge
Relief
Religio Medici
Religion
Religious Tract Society
Reliquary
Rembrandt
Remigius, St.
Remington, Philo
Remonstrance, The
Remonstrants
Remus
Rémusat, Abel
Rémusat, Charles, Comte de
Renaissance
Renaix
Renan, Ernest
Rendsburg
René I.
Renfrew

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