06 Dec 1648 Rump Parliament

Richard Cromwell Lord Protector [22] resigned Lord Protector

a 06 Dec 1648 Pride's Purge

03 Sep 1651 Battle of Worcester

Francis Talbot 11th Earl Shrewsbury, 11th Earl Waterford [28]

Thomas Wentworth 1st Earl Cleveland captured

Royalists

Charles King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland [21] commanded

Archibald Campbell 9th Earl Argyll [22]

02 Apr 1656 Treaty of Brussels

By which Charles King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland and Philip IV agreed to provide mutal miltary support.

Philip IV King Spain [51] agreed

Charles King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland [26] agreed

James Butler 1st Duke Ormonde [46] signed

Henry Wilmot 1st Earl Rochester [44] signed

Alonso Cárdenas signed

25 Apr 1660 Convention Parliament

Apr 1660 Thomas 1st Earl Coventry [31] elected MP Droitwich

Apr 1660 William Wray 1st Baronet Ashby [35] elected MP Grimsby

23 Apr 1661 Westminster Abbey: Coronation Charles II

Charles King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland [31] crowned II King England, Scotland and Ireland: Stewart

20 Apr 1660 Edward Hyde 1st Earl Clarendon [51] created 1st Earl Clarendon (1C 1661)

Josceline Percy 11th Earl Northumberland [17] attended

c May 1661 Cavalier Parliament

1661 Thomas 1st Earl Coventry [32] elected MP Camelford

1661 Charles Berkeley 2nd Viscount Fitzhardinge [62] elected MP Bath and Heytesbury

1662 Act of Uniformity

By which the use of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer compulsory.

1664 Conventicle Act

By which religious assemblies of more than five people, except under the auspices of the Church of England were prohibited.

13 Jun 1665 Battle of Lowestoft

England

03 Jun 1665 Charles Berkeley 1st Earl Falmouth [35] killed at Lowestoft by a cannon ball aboard ship.

Edward Montagu 1st Earl Sandwich [40]

Richard Boyle killed

Dutch Republic

1665 Five Mile Act

By which expelled non-conforming clergymen from coming within five miles (8 km) of a parish from which they had been banished.

City of London: Great Plague of London

By which around a quarter of London's population, 100,000 people, were killed. The plague was caused by the Yersinia pestis bacterium which is usually transmitted through the bite of an infected rat flea.

Jul 1665 Charles King Scotland, II King England, Scotland and Ireland [35] travelled to at Salisbury

01 Jun 1666 North Foreland: Four Days' Battle

William Berkeley [27] killed

02 Sep 1666 City of London: Great Fire of London

1679 Exclusion Bill

By which Parliament sought to exclude the Duke of York, the future, James II King England, Scotland and Ireland fropm the succession, he being a Catholic. Charles II dissolved Parliament to prevent the Bill from being passed.

1683 Rye House Plot

07 Dec 1683 Algernon Sidney [60] executed at Tower Hill