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" The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is in the fact that the sudden change from the secluded life at Kensington to the independence of her position as Queen Regnant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of marriage out of her mind, which she... "
The Christian Remembrancer - Page 330
1867
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1867 - 902 pages
...years, at the risk of ruining all his prospects for life, until she might feel inclined to marry ! The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is...of her mind, which she now most bitterly repents. A worse school for a young girl," Her Majesty confesses, " or one more detrimental to all natural feelings...
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The North British Review, Volume 47

1867 - 672 pages
...wait for a decision, as he had done at a former period when this marriage was first talked about. ' " The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is...of her mind, which she now most bitterly repents. ' " A worse school for a young girl, or one more detrimental to all natural feelings and affections,...
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 94

1867 - 850 pages
...not wait for a decision, as he had done at a former period when this marriage was first talked about. The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is...of her mind, which she now most bitterly repents. Л worse school for a young girl, or one more detrimental to all natural feelings and affections, cannot...
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The Early Years of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort

Victoria (Queen of Great Britain) - 1867 - 390 pages
...wait for a decision, as he had done at a former period, when this marriage was first talked about. " The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is...Kensington to the independence of her position as Queen Eegnant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of marriage out of her mind, which she now most bitterly...
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The early years of ... the prince consort

Charles Grey (hon.) - 1867 - 522 pages
...for a decision, as he " had done at a former period when this mar" riage was first talked about. " The only excuse the Queen can make for " herself is...Kensington to the " independence of her position as Queen Reg" nant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of " marriage out of her mind, which she now " most...
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The early years of ... the prince consort

Charles Grey (hon.) - 1867 - 520 pages
...for a decision, as he " had done at a former period when this mar" riage was first talked about. " The only excuse the Queen can make for " herself is...Kensington to the " independence of her position as Queen Reg" nant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of " marriage out of her mind, which she now " most...
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The Early Years of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort

Victoria (Queen of Great Britain) - 1867 - 404 pages
...wait for a decision, as he had done at a former period, when this marriage was first talked about. " The only excuse the. Queen can make for herself is...Kensington to the independence of her position as Queen Eegnant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of marriage out of her mind, which she now most bitterly...
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The Christian Ambassador, Volume 5

1867 - 396 pages
...at the risk of ruining all his prospects for life, until she might feel inclined to marry! . . . . The only excuse the Queen can make for herself is...Kensington to the independence of her position as Queen Eegnant, at the age of eighteen, put all ideas of marriage out of her mind, which she now most bitterly...
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Quarterly Review, Volume 123

1867 - 590 pages
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OUR OWN FIRESIDE

REV. CHARLES BULLOCK - 1867 - 728 pages
...lerself is in the fact that the sudden change 'rom the secluded life at Kensington to the ndependence of her position as Queen Regnant, at the age of eighteen,...ideas of marriage out of her mind, which she now most ntterly repents. " ' A worse school for a young girl, or one more detrimental to all natural feelings...
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