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28 November, 01:21

he Puritans would have been tried in a. the Star Court. c. the Anglican Church. b. the House of Commons. d. the Catholic Church.

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  1. 28 November, 01:28
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    c becasue they would not had been tried anywhere else
  2. 28 November, 03:13
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    The Puritans would have been tried in the Star Court, it was a political court of England in 16 and 17 c which served as a courts for enemies of the crown during rise of absolutist tendencies in England, puritans which were seen as enemiec of crown (as all who were not members of church of england) would be tried there
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