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Question 1: After Richard Cromwell, who had succeeded his father Oliver as ________ in 1658, was effectively deposed by an officers' coup in April, 1659, the officers re-summoned the Rump Parliament to sit.
RegentEnglandLord ProtectorMonarch

Question 2: The King and Royal Family leave Whitehall for ________.
Kensington PalaceHampton Court PalaceEdinburgh CastleWindsor Castle

Question 3: The Speaker of the House during the Long Parliament was ________.
Oliver CromwellEnglish Civil WarHarbottle GrimstonWilliam Lenthall

Question 4: [3] It sat from 1640 until 1649, when it was purged, by the ________, of those who were not sympathetic to the Army's concerns.
English Civil WarNew Model ArmyThird English Civil WarOliver Cromwell

Question 5: ________
Great TewEnglandJohn HampdenLucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland

Question 6: ________
Harold MacmillanEdward Hyde, 1st Earl of ClarendonBenjamin DisraeliAnthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury

Question 7: Parliament was also responsible for the impeachment and subsequent execution of the king's advisers, ________ William Laud and Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford.
Pope John Paul IIBishop (Catholic Church)ArchbishopCatholic Church hierarchy

Question 8: When this failed, General ________ allowed the members barred in 1649 to retake their seats so that they could pass the necessary legislation to allow the Restoration and dissolve the Long Parliament.
Charles II of EnglandJames Scott, 1st Duke of MonmouthJohn Churchill, 1st Duke of MarlboroughGeorge Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle

Question 9: Those members who remained after the Army's purge became known as the ________.
John Lambert (general)Oliver CromwellRump ParliamentCharles Fleetwood

Question 10: It was followed by the ________ and then the First, Second and Third Protectorate Parliament
Oliver CromwellBarebone's ParliamentJohn Lambert (general)Fifth Monarchists


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