084f2db8c6 About Parliament In this section How Parliament works About MPs, Lords & officers Art in Parliament Living Heritage Jobs at Parliament Frequently Asked Questions Watch and Listen Sustainability and environmental performance in Parliament Parliament and Women Parliaments role Parliamentary Role Models Celebrating people who have made Parliament a positive, inclusive working environment Workplace Equality Networks Four staff networks for people to discuss and consider issues. 29 May, General Council of the Army drew-up the Solemn Engagement 3 June, Cornet George Joyce (a junior officer in Fairfax's horse) with a troop of New Model Army cavalry seizes the King from his Parliamentary guards at Holdenby House and place him in protective custody of the New Model Army 45 June, at a rendezvoused on Kentford Heath near Newmarket the officers and men of the New Model Army gave their assent to the Solemn Engagement 8 June, General Fairfax sent the Solemn Engagement to Parliament along with a letter explaining that the King was now in the custody of the Army negotiations would be conducted through New Model Army representatives 1 August, General Council of the Army offers the Heads of Proposals 31 August, Montrose escaped from the Highlands October, "An Agreement of the People for a firm and present peace upon grounds of common right", presented to the Army Council 28 October, Beginning of the Putney Debates 26 December, a faction of Scottish Covenanters sign The Engagement with Charles I . Join School History Join over 8,000 happy history teachers and students who use our teaching resources, worksheets, and online courses every day. 19 August, Royalist garrison of Raglan Castle surrendered (Wales) 9 October, the Long Parliament passes the Ordinance for the abolishing of Archbishops and Bishops in England and Wales and for settling their lands and possessions upon Trustees for the use of the Commonwealth . 13 March, Harlech Castle the last Royalist stronghold in Wales surrendered to the Parliamentary forces. MSS., p. 1641.
The First English Civil War. 3 June, The great meeting on Heworth Moor outside York, summoned by Charles to garner support for his cause. Cornwall in the English Civil War Shropshire in the English Civil War Worcestershire in the English Civil War Timeline of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms (16391651) . 1649." October, first publication of Eikonoklastes by John Milton, a rebuttal of Eikon Basilike . 4 January, Charles unsuccessfully attempts to personally arrest the Five Members (John Pym, John Hampden, Denzil Holles, Sir Arthur Haselrig, and William Strode) on the floor of the House of Commons January, on the orders of the Long Parliament, Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet seizes the arsenal at Kingston upon Hull 5 February, the bishops of the Church of England are excluded from the House of Lords by the Bishops Exclusion Act 23 February - Henrietta Maria goes to the Netherlands with Princess Mary and the crown jewels 5 March, the Long Parliament passes the Militia Ordinance 15 March, the Long Parliament proclaims that "the People are bound by the Ordinance for the Militia, though it has not received the Royal Assent" April, Sir John Hotham, 1st Baronet refuses the king entrance to Kingston upon Hull 2 June - The Nineteen Propositions rejected. 13 April, first meeting of the Short Parliament 5 May, Charles dissolves the Short Parliament 26 October, Charles forced to sign the Treaty of Ripon. Try these little browser tricks to get going again. Events after the English Civil War. ^ Brown 2013, Scottish proclamation. 6 January, the Committee of Both Kingdoms orders the creation of the New Model Army 28 January, the Long Parliament appoints commissioners to meet with the king's commissioners at Uxbridge 22 February, negotiations over the Treaty of Uxbridge end unsuccessfully 23 April, the Long Parliament passes the Self-denying Ordinance 9 May, Battle of Auldearn 14 June, Battle of Naseby 2 July, Battle of Alford 10 July, Battle of Langport 15 August, Battle of Kilsyth 13 September, Battle of Philiphaugh 24 September, Battle of Rowton Heath Surrender of Leicester October fear of Royalist attack in south Lincolnshire Charles went to Welbeck, Nottinghamshire 17 December Siege of Hereford ended with the surrender of Royalist garrison.