Declaration of Breda

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The declaration made by Charles II at Breda in the Netherlands in Apr. 1660, immediately before the Restoration. It promised ‘liberty to tender consciences’ in matters of religion not affecting the peace of the realm.

Subjects: Christianity — British History.

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