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Sea Dogs English sea captains.
Gentry Class of Englishmen who owned property and had social position.
Covenant Latin term meaning "to agree."
Constitution Document that outlines the fundamental laws and principles that govern a nation.
Prime Minister Real head of the government in Great Britain.
Cabinet Small group of advisors to the English monarch.
Burgesses Merchants and professional people from towns in early England.
Revolution Violent attempt to change a country's government and society.
Habeas Corpus Latin phrase meaning "you shall have the body."
Limited Constitutional Monarchy Established in the 1700's led by a monarch whose powers were limited by a constitution.
Created by: athensarcher