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daughter of George VI who became the Queen of England and Northern Ireland in 1952 on the death of her father (1926-)

Queen of England from 1558 to 1603


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DAY TO REMEMBER Above, the Princess Royal with 98-year-old Elizabeth Stuart, the oldest resident of Angel Court in Gateshead.
Her final book, The Winter Queen, about Elizabeth Stuart, will be published next year.
Little wonder that successive Prince Electors lorded it over the area from here for 500 years, among them Frederick V who brought his English bride, Princess Elizabeth Stuart, to the castle and built gardens and a gate (still standing) for her as a token of his love.
Speaking last night from her Aviemore home, Orr's mother, Elizabeth Stuart, said she was 'over the moon' that her son had been freed.
The penultimate selection came from one whose spiritual credentials could arouse few doubts, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.
Although not widely taught, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps's powerful novel of industrial privation and upper-class privilege, The Silent Partner (1871), is beginning to have considerable importance for students of American literature and society.
ELIZABETH STUART King Alfred's College, Winchester, U.
Deputy Attorney General David Neidert said Golden was charged with hiring and paying her sister, Elizabeth Stuart, without requiring Stuart to come to work.
In the visionary writings of novelists like Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Moses Stuart's granddaughter), as well as in the homilies of liberal preachers, heaven offered "the serenity of an earthly home projected into the skies" (61).
resurrects the now almost forgotten Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844-1911),
The contributors to the other book, Religion Is a Queer Thing: A Guide to the Christian Faith for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered People, edited by Elizabeth Stuart (New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1998, 152pp.
We believe Elizabeth Stuart is already accomplished in that field, and it is a privilege to be able to help her pursue her studies.
However, Ginzel, of the University of Bonn, has taken the marriage of Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of James I of England, and Frederick V, prince of the German Palatinate, and demonstrated how it became the focal point for British Protestant hopes, assuming apocalyptic importance.
THANKS: From left, Carol Stuart, her daughter Elizabeth, Keith Seymour and nurse Ruth Stockley FLOWERS: Elizabeth Stuart says thanks to nurse Ruth Stockley