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Not Without Honour 

The war with France, which has so far lasted the entirety of Queen Anne's reign, continues with the armies under the Duke of Marlborough as the Captain-General of the forces. Victory is at ... See full summary »

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John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough
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Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough
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Queen Anne
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Sidney Godolphin
Richard Pearson ...
Robert Harley
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Henry St. John
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Abigail Masham
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Henrietta Godolphin
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Charles Churchill
Job Stewart ...
Lord Shrewsbury
Yvonne Antrobus ...
Anne Sunderland
Robert Mill ...
Charles Sunderland
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Francis Godolphin
David King ...
Heinsius
Kenneth Ives ...
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The war with France, which has so far lasted the entirety of Queen Anne's reign, continues with the armies under the Duke of Marlborough as the Captain-General of the forces. Victory is at hand however leading to the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. As Sarah becomes older, she becomes more desperate to simply understand what happened with her relationship with the Queen. Her letters go unanswered and her request for a private audience fall on deaf ears. Meanwhile, the influence of her cousin Abigail Hill, whom she had rescued from poverty years before, seemingly knows no bounds. The Queen is thrilled that the Conservatives have a major electoral victory and that she finally has a governing party that she feels she can work with. The question of the succession to the British throne is still a vexing one with Jacobites arguing in favor of James II's son while others wish to follow the agreement of 1701 that the Hanovers would take the throne. The issue is settled and with peace... Written by garykmcd

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28 March 1971 (USA)  »

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