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William of Orange, from _____, and his wife Mary were invited to take James II's place.
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User: William of Orange, from _____, and his wife Mary were invited to take James II's place.

Weegy: That is true, In 1688 they were invited by the parliamentary opposition to Mary’s father James II to take the crown on England and were assured of English support.
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William of Orange, from the NETHERLANDS, and his wife Mary were invited to take James II's place.
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