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Stuart's - 1603 to 1713


Charles I, unable to work with Parliament, attempted to rule without it. Eventually he was to raise his standard against the parliamentary forces, leading to civil war and his eventual judicial murder. The period between 1603 to 1713 includes one of Hull's most turbulent times and, it is said, Sir John Hotham's defiance of the King at the Beverley Gate was the first overt act of the civil war.

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