Charles II of England

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Date of birth
1630-05-29
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Titles
Duke of Cornwall (1630, 1649)
High Steward of Scotland (1630, 1649)
 

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Early Collections of Hebrew Printed Books at the British Library
 

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He made some attempt to reform a navy that badly needed it and was consistent in his attempts to introduce genuine religious tolerance.
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unknown
Disciplines
politics
government
Connections from
charles ii of england restoration fixed by samuel pepys (Samuel Pepys)
charles ii of england composer was henry purcell (Henry Purcell)
charles ii of england patron of pierre-esprit radisson (Pierre-Esprit Radisson)
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edmond halley patron was charles ii of england (Edmond Halley)
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After the execution of Charles' father on 30th January 1649 (by a republican government whose authority he had never recognised) Ireland and Scotland defied Parliament and declared Charles king. (Details)
His father was Charles I. (Details)
As a young man, Charles had been brought up destined to become the monarch, but this came to a sudden end when the English Civil War broke out in 1642. (Details)
 

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1685-02-06
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