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Anne of Great Britain (1665 – 1714)


Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland (17021707) and queen of Great Britain and Ireland (17071714).
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Anne of Great Britain
I know my own heart to be entirely English.
Here thou, great Anna! whom three realms obey,
Dost sometimes counsel take - and sometimes tea.
Anne of Great Britain
God be thanked we were not bred up in that communion but are of a Church that is pious and sincere, and conformable in all its principles to the Scriptures. ... the Church of England is, without all doubt, the only true Church.




I shall be very careful to preserve and maintain the Act of Toleration, and to set the minds of all my people at quiet; my own principles must always keep me entirely firm to the interests and religion of the Church of England, and will incline me to countenance those who have the truest zeal to support it.
Anne of Great Britain
Whoever of ye Whigs thinks I am to be Hecktor'd or frighted into a Complyance tho I am a woman, are mightely mistaken in me. I thank God I have a Soul above that, & am too much conserned for my reputation to do any thing to forfeit it.
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