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In 1628, King Charles I, signed the Petition of Right. Two items from it are in the United States Bill of Rights. It granted the people the rights (1) to not have soldiers quartered in their homes and (2) to due process of law.
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Queen Mary signed a bill of rights that stated that: the monarch found not make or suspend laws without the consent or approval of Parliament, the monarch needed the consent of Parliament to raise taxes and maintain army, the monarch could not interfere with Parliamentary elections, the monarch would protect freedom of religion, the right to petition, and other freedoms we see as basic today.

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Signed by King Charles I of England in 1628?

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Was signed by King Charles you in 1628 and declared that even the monarch was subjected to the law of the land?

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Is it true the Petition Of Right that parliament prepared and King Charles I of England signed in 1628 challenged ideas of divine rights of kings and stated even monarchs were subject to common laws?

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Who was the second Stuart king forced to sign a petition of right by parliament?

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