User:AnAbsolutelyOriginalUsername42

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To Do[edit]

Charles I of England[edit]

  • In-line references
  • Oath of Allegiance expand upon area in generalised article?
  • French marriage: duplication of material relating to parliamentary fear, no mention of French bargaining and promise of aid for English march on the Palatinate
  • Create Further Reading section
  • Move unreferenced texts in Bibliography section to Further Reading
  • Major cleanup of Bibliography
  • Mainwarig, church architecture, continental warfare mentioned
  • Chronologically correct Long Parliament section
  • American colonies
  • Make sure correct Henry Vane is mentioned.
  • Militia Bill - wrong section? Before or after attempted arrests? (Don't confuse with Militia Ordinances enacted by Parliament without Charles' consent) Remember to mention in Civil War section the levying of troops by Parliament

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/86.43.166.67

Breakdown[edit]

  • Lead
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Focus
Focus on Queen too much? Religious innovation more generally?
More focus upon collection of revenue?
  • Early Life
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Refs
  • Early Reign
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  • Personal Rule
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  • Religious Conflicts
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Apart fom some mention of divine right + Maynwaring
Focus
Remove Hooker?
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Apart from Star Chamber + Hooker
  • Second Bishops' War
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Focus
Refs
Apart from election
  • Long Parliament
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Focus
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Ireland
  • English Civil War
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  • Trial
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  • Execution
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  • Legacy
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  • Titles, etc.
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  • Ancestry
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  • Marriage and Issue
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  • See Also
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Include See Also links from above?
  • Notes
Verify and properly cite all hyperlinks
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  • References
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Fix ISBN links
  • External Links
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Divine Right of Kings[edit]

  • Early modern era (the power of the monarch)
  • French Wars of Religion (right to resist tyranny)>> Right of Revolution
  • Peasants' War (Luther backs princes as the rightful rulers)
  • Reformation (loss of authority of Catholic Church - note different uses divine right in Catholic and reformed countries)
  • The difference between absolutism and tyranny and the links to divine right (legal boundaries?)
  • Passive obedience
  • Opposition in the theory of the Social contract

UCD Fencing Club (sandbox)[edit]

  • In line citation
  • Reliable bibliography
  • Rewrite subject to references
  • Re-assessment
  • Subject to clearance, move to wikipedia proper


http://www.ucd.ie/sport/newsfixtures/nf/news/name,77527,en.html http://www.irishfencing.net/organisation/newsletters/2011/jan.pdf http://www.ncif.net/clubs.aspx http://www.universityobserver.ie/2010/11/02/sports-digest-15/ http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/sport/1998/1116/98111600202.html http://dufencing.wordpress.com/2011/02/13/east-of-ireland-open-2011/ http://www.irishfencing.net/competition/results/rankings/MF.html (highest ranked student in the country) (highest ranked former member) http://www.irishfencing.net/competition/results/rankings/ME.html (highest ranked student in the country) http://www.irishfencing.net/competition/results/rankings/MS.html (highest ranked former member and captain)