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Transcript of Queen Anne
from gout, could
her body grew big and slow
4 premature babies (died after birth)
2 children died at the age of 2 and 11 (chicken pox)
on February 6, 1665,
St James's Palace in London
on August 1, 1714, (49 years)
Kensington Palace in London
James II , The Duke of York
George I(1653–1708), son of Frederick III of Denmark
Queen Anne's reign
: 1714, her body had swollen so large that she was buried in an almost square coffin
April 23, 1702 at Westminster Abbey
Ascended to the throne:
March 8, 1702 (aged 37 years)
her 3rd cousin George of Hanover
Queen Anne's Signature
1707 Act of Union
England and Scotland unite under one government
2 parties systems
The Healing of the King's or Queen's Evil
Charles II - uncle
James - dad
1688 - Glorius Revolution
Mary II - sister + William III (Mary's husband)
1694 Mary II - died
1702 William III died
further developed the 2 parties systems
interested in bussiness
interested in tradition
Anne supported mainly the Tory party.
Anne reinstated the practice
People believed Kings and Queens have magic healing power
Could cure a diseased Mal de Roi (similar to tuberculosis)
If not cured, patient didn't have faith