James I of England Essay | The rule of King James I of England

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The rule of King James I of England

Summary: A biography of King James I of England and his extraordinary life and rule.
James I of England

James I was an extraordinary man. He was king of Scotland as early as thirteen months of age. He did an excellent job in controlling Scotland and being king. James changed his name from James VI of Scotland, to James I of England when he took over England in 1603 after Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 36. He arrived in England to discover that England was split between two religions: Puritans and Catholics. James I believed in divine right, so he didn't want any help from Parliament, he also wanted to make his own rules. James I helped his people achieve felicity. However, towards the end of his reign he began to get into financial problems, because he was left with debt from the previous queen, and he had to pay the many people he hired. Thus, according...

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