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Political party which favoured a strong, hereditary monarchy. This word has six letters and the second letter is o.

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    TORIES?

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    yeah, I think you're right Ms. Sue, thanks

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    You're welcome. Enjoy your crossword puzzle. :-)

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    I need help on this one. Spread false stories of Roman Catholic plots.

    It has five letters, a is the second letter, and n is the last letter.

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    I looked for that one a while ago -- and didn't find anything.

    It's probably in your text.

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    how about this one: George, the German elector of ________ became king of Britain

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    Oh Ms.Sue for this one: Spread false stories of Roman Catholic plots.

    It has five letters, a is the second letter, and n is the last letter.

    N may not be the last letter. I wrote for this: Political party which opposed the ascension of james II. I wrote Roman. I have a feeling its not correct.

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    The earl of________ was the leader of the tories. Would it be james. It has five letters

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    what was cromwells title? this word has 13 letters. The first letter starts with R.

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    I thought that cromwells title was Lord Protector.

    For this one: Government body that met in the times of charles I, would it be Rumpparliament.

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    James and Roman are both wrong.

    The Earl of Oxford was one of the Tory leaders.

    I'm still looking for the others.

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    head of the cabinet = Prime Minister

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    How would it be the The Earl of ''Oxford'' it only has five letters

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    That's the only one I found. Check your book.

    See this site for the governing body during Charles I's reign.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Parliament

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    okay, thanks

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