Queen Elizabeth as a minor character.
She relied upon the ministers close to her but would infuriate them with her indecision - 'It maketh me weary of life,' remarked one. Faced with a dilemma - for example whether or not to sign the execution warrant of Mary Queen of Scots - Elizabeth would busy herself with other matters for months on end. Only when the patience of her ministers was running short would she be forced to make up her mind. She had a formidable intellect, and her sharp tongue would quickly settle any argument - in her favour.
Agnes Moorehead as Queen Elizabeth.
For Elizabeth's good fortune the Scottish Presbyterian Church had despised Catholicism and therefore gave Queen Elizabeth their support of her claim to the throne.
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This article is written to give a realistic view of Queen Elizabeth I. It writes of her as neither the most influential nor the most inspirationalleader, but probably the millennium's best all-around figure. This articlealso focuses on this issues she faced while reigning, such as her dislike forreligious extremism, the horror at the cost of war, and a strong interest inbalanced budgets. This article is very useful in learning about thestruggles and achievements of Queen Elizabeth I.
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The last thing Elizabeth had to do to make the new Church a success was convince Parliament to pass the Act of Uniformity.
When Elizabeth had to speak in front of Parliament for the first time, it was regarding the Act of Uniformity.
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Elizabeth, meanwhile, was paralysed by indecision. She did not wish to meet the woman she considered her rival, but knew that if she released Mary her own life would be in danger. Elizabeth remained, however, fascinated by the Scottish Queen. Mary was said to be a great beauty who exerted a strange power over men and, whenever any minister returned from a visit to the now belligerent Mary, he was quizzed by the Queen on her looks, her clothes, her attractiveness compared to herself. Similarly Mary would ask after Elizabeth. But the two Queens never met.
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When Lord Robert was implicated in a plot to kill the Queen, she spared his life to "remind [her] of how close [she] came to danger."
Elizabeth set up the Church of England to help unite her people.
Elizabeth is known as the Virgin Queen all of her reign.
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Queen Elizabeth’s boyfriend while she became queen was Lord Robert.
However, on the afternoon of September 7th 1533, those were the words and thoughts that were heard as a princess, and future queen was born to King Henry VII and Anne Boleyn.