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The Glorious Revolution was when William of Orange took the English throne from James II in 1688. The event brought a permanent realignment of power within the English constitution. The new co-monarchy of King William III and Queen Mary II

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Her immediate successor was King Edward, who was her oldest son and thus the Crown Prince. Edward was a popular monarch and much addicted to cigars- a well known brand bears his name to this day. Edward was crowned in l902. The Hotel Edwards in Hoboken, a still-extant hostelry, is believed to date to this time, perhaps indirectly named in His Honor.

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William III and Mary II ruled after 1685.

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William and Mary

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Oliver Cromwell

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Depends on which Edward you mean.

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yes because james did

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What king of England came to power as a result of the glorious rev?

As a result of the Glorious Revolution of 1688, King William III became king alongside Queen Mary II upon the abdication of King James II, Mary II's Catholic father.


Who won the English revolution?

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What was an important consequence of the Glorious Revolution?

... i cant tell they sent troops to over throw king James