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The defeat of the Armada in 1588 began the decline of the sea power of (a) England. (b) Spain. (c) the Netherlands. (d) France. The 1707 Act of Union merged the two countries of (a) Ireland and England, creating the country of Wales. (b) Scotland and Ireland into one

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The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The defeat of the Armada in 1588began the decline of the sea power of(a) England.(b) Spain.(c) the Netherlands.(d) France.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The 1707 Act of Union merged the

two countries of

(a) Ireland and England, creating the

country of Wales.

(b) Scotland and Ireland into one

kingdom, known as Scandinavia.

(c) England and Scotland into one

kingdom, known as Great Britain.

(d) Edinburgh and Glasgow, creating

the country of Scotland.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The Puritans became increasinglyunhappy about the(a) practices of the Anglican Church.(b) lack of formalities and rituals inthe church.(c) increase in taxes proposed byCharles I.(d) growth of Protestantism inEngland.3. The 1707 Act of


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The Navigation Act of 1651 marked

the beginning of England’s

(a) exploration of the New World.

(b) conflict with Spain over superiority

of the seas.

(c) policing of the seas.

(d) attempt to create a


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

During the Glorious Revolution of

1688, Parliament

(a) proclaimed William and Mary

joint rulers of England.

(b) allowed Charles II to return to

England from exile.

(c) declared war against the king.

(d) accepted the


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

One safeguard against arbitrary rule

was the Habeas Corpus Act, which

(a) made the king subject to laws

passed by Parliament.

(b) protected individuals against illegal

arrest and unlawful imprisonment.

(c) restricted the length of time a

monarch could rule.

(d) gave religious freedom to people

who were not members of the

Anglican Church.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The English document that limited

the power of the ruler and protected

private citizens was the

(a) Act of Tolerance.

(b) Act of Settlement.

(c) National Covenant.

(d) Bill of Rights.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The Presbyterian Church was established

by the

(a) Irish.

(b) Scots.

(c) French.

(d) English.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

The first permanent English settlement

in North America was established

in 1607 at

(a) Jamestown, Virginia.

(b) Plymouth, Massachusetts.

(c) St. Augustine, Florida.

(d) Williamsburg, Virginia.


The 1707 act of union merged the two countries of a ireland and england creating the

Britain’s policy of mercantilism

maintained that its colonies

(a) could not have self-government.

(b) could sell their products to any

country they wished.

(c) existed for the benefit of the

home country.

(d) would never face


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