Sir Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth I and a cloak - Stock Image

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Legend relates that Sir Walter Raleigh, a great favourite of Queen Elizabeth I of England, laid his cloak over a puddle for her to walk over it without getting her feet wet. There is, however, no real evidence to support this. From “Glad Hours - The Little One’s Own Treasury of Pictures and Stories” by Muriel Evelyn and illustrated by various artists. Published by Ward Lock & Co, London and New York, 1886.

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