Sorry, no definitions found.
“Her Majesty the Queen of England has kindly sent an exhibit of the work of her own hands, with the message that while she usually feels no interest in expositions, she gives this special token of sympathy with the work of the Board of Lady Managers because of its efforts for women.”
“She played in July, 1899, before the Queen of England at Windsor Castle, and again in August at Osborne House, in the Isle of Wight.”
“Some time after that, when the Queen of England was forced, by the fury of opposition, to sollicit succours from France, in order to reinstate her husband; our author could no longer wait upon her, and was received into the service of William Cavendish, marquis of Newcastle, to take his fortune with him in the wars.”
“The King or Queen of England may be called the Anointed of the”
“Two common men we met on Friday from Rotoma, 150 miles off, who said that their tribe had heard that the Queen of England had taken away his salary, and they had been having subscriptions for him every Sunday.”
“Other accusations were thrown at her: her assumption of the arms and title of England in 1558, her declaring herself the sole legitimate descendant of Henry VII, her presumption in drawing up a pedigree proving herself a representative of the ancient British monarchs by descent from Edmund Ironside, her failure to reprove the Pope for naming her Queen of England the commissioners not even waiting their turns, shouting that she was "guilty, guilty, guilty!”
“Napoleon had now won his position in Europe; Gerlach had seen with pain and disgust that the Queen of England had visited his Court.”
‘Queen of England’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Queen of England.