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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York brother, the heir presumptive to the Crown, and the Chancellors elder daughter, Mistress AnneHyde, were married, and every one, whether remotely interested or no, stood..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York brother, the heir presumptive to the Crown, and the Chancellors elder daughter, Mistress AnneHyde, were married, and every one, whether remotely interested or no, stood..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... is not in the girls own hand, but it is endorsed : Pourtrait of ye Princess Royall drawne by MrsAnneHyde. Ceux qui connoissent Padmirable Princesse dont jentreprend le portrait trouveront bien Strange quune..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... The manuscript is not in the girls own hand, but it is endorsed : Pourtrait of ye Princess Royall drawne by MrsAnneHyde. cc Ceux qui connoissent Iadmirable Princesse dont jentreprend le portrait trouveront bien..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York to interpose his commands against his doing anything that his own dignity required; that He only expected what His Majesty would do upon the Advice He had humbly offered..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York had refused to dismiss him from his service : now he clung stubbornly to the nephew, believing, in spite of his own deep anguish, the horrible slanders which the latter..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York Parliament he was attacked by the bitter Puritan Fiennes for his steady attachment to the Church.* It was then that he was first sent for by the King, who wished to thank..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York me thinkes I am when I am writteing to you. I am sory to heare you doe not goe to Collogne with my Father for I wish you might see as much as is possible now you are abroad..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York with her adoring and pathetic devotion to himself, was nevertheless, we fear, not amusing, and he probably found in his plebeian sister-inlaw a quickness of apprehension..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York record that if there was a man without fear, it was the Duke of York. In this campaign James had now the company of his younger brother Henry, Duke of Gloucester..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York deep as it was, could not account for the Dukes non-appearance. Had he not made assurance doubly sure by the second ceremony ? What then was brewing ? The clue..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York Several reasons, as previously stated, could be given for Clarendons steadily increasing unpopularity and for his final disgrace, but in 1667 he was for the second time..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York minister, and found him in his bedchamber very sad. He was my particular kind friend on all occasions, adds the diarist loyally, and one can fancy that his presence may..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York The two royal brothers during their Paris sojourn attended together regularly the English service which was held at the house of Sir Richard Browne and was frequented..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York quite apparent whether Henrietta herself fully appreciated all that her mission entailed - ^the mission she accepted so light-heartedly at the hands of her magnificent..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...The Duchess had so many enemies as AnneHyde. Therefore here, too, a plea of innocence may be admitted on her behalf. During the ten years from 1661 to 1671 the Duke and Duchess moved, it seems..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York to the unlucky pretender who was to suffer so grim a fate in after days. But happy and triumphant as one may picture her, the personal troubles of the Duchess had already..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York a lease of the Conduit Mead, which is now covered by New Bond Street and Brook Street, and from which Conduit Street takes its name. The building of this magnificent palace..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York produced many such to shine like lamps in their time. There were the poets Carew and Cotton, the elder Godolphin, Evelyn, who extols Hydes great and signal merits..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...AnneHyde, Duchess of York quite apparent whether Henrietta herself fully appreciated all that her mission entailed the mission she accepted so light-heartedly at the hands of her magnificent brother..."
Date:Between 1637 and 1671
Publication place:London, England