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1688 in England

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Events from the year 1688 in England. This was the year of the Glorious Revolution that overthrew King James II.



Glorious Revolution: Equestrian portrait of William III by Jan Wyck, commemorating his landing in Torbay
Glorious Revolution: Equestrian portrait of William III by Jan Wyck, commemorating his landing in Torbay





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