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Margaret of Anjou


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • French-born queen consort of Henry VI of England. She led the Lancastrians in the Wars of the Roses and was captured (1471) and ransomed to France (1476).


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  • We next see Henry IV. and Henry V. successively installed on the Stone of Scone; and then comes Henry VI., a child of nine, "beholding all the people about sadly and wisely;" his queen, Margaret of Anjou, was crowned here fourteen years afterwards.

    Little Folks A Magazine for the Young (Date of issue unknown) Various

  • The one vigorous element in his life was his wife, Margaret of Anjou, who diligently exerted herself to keep her husband on his throne.

    Charles the Bold Last Duke of Burgundy, 1433-1477 Ruth Putnam

  • Six years afterwards Louis XI. sent him across the channel again to fight on the side of Margaret of Anjou.

    The Story of Rouen Theodore Andrea Cook 1897

  • The earl then immediately put to sea, taking with him Margaret of Anjou and her son, the Prince of

    Richard III Makers of History Jacob Abbott 1841


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