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Upload date:July 26, 2013


'Her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen of England from 1558 to 1603 looks out over her loyal subjects. Elizabeth 1 was the fifth and last of the Tudor monarch dynasty. Here, her majesty looketh out over a gathering of the common folk of the English shires, at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. It is said that Hatfield is where the aEVirgin Queenaa, whilst said to be sitting under an oak tree in the Park in the year of our Lord, 1558, learned that she had become Queen of England and Ireland, following the death of her half-sister, Mary.'
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