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Question 1: The Committee of Safety sent Lambert with a large force to meet ________, who was in command of the English forces in Scotland, and either negotiate with him or force him to come to terms.
James Scott, 1st Duke of MonmouthCharles II of EnglandJohn Churchill, 1st Duke of MarlboroughGeorge Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle

Question 2: Edmund Dunch was created ________ Burnell of East Wittenham in April 1658, but it was not regranted.

Question 3: The Protectorate, which had preceded the English Restoration and followed the Commonwealth, might have continued if Oliver Cromwell's son Richard, who was made ________ on his father's death, had been capable of carrying on his father's policies.
RegentLord ProtectorAnglicanismMonarch

Question 4: Cromwell created over 30 new ________.

Question 5: He was the first regicide to be ________ because he was considered by the new government still to represent a real threat to the re-established order.
Hanged, drawn and quarteredOliver CromwellTyburnCapital punishment

Question 6: He was invested in 1666 with the ________ (which had been bestowed upon him in 1650), and was advanced to a dukedom on 16 March 1665.
Order of the BathOrder of the ThistleOrder of the GarterOrder of St. Patrick

Question 7: [1] Charles returned from exile, leaving the Hague on 23 May and landing at ________ on 25 May.
MaidstoneDoverFolkestoneRiver, Kent

Question 8: But he was recaptured by Colonel Richard Ingoldsby, a participant in the ________ of Charles I who hoped to win a pardon by handing Lambert over to the new regime.

Question 9: After seven months the army removed him and on 6 May 1659 it reinstalled the ________.
Rump ParliamentOliver CromwellCharles FleetwoodJohn Lambert (general)

Question 10: The Presbyterian members, excluded in Pride's Purge of 1648, were recalled, and on 24 December the army restored the ________.
Henry Vane the YoungerEnglish Civil WarOliver CromwellLong Parliament

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