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I wrote a treatise called 'A Counterblaste to Tobacco'
The Great Reform Act was passed during my reign
I was the only monarch to attend one of the three Imperial Durbar's held in New Delhi
When my second wife gave birth to a son I was deposed
I tried to foster good relations between Great Britain and other European countries
I was the last monarch of the House of Hanover
I married the son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark
I am the only monarch buried in Canterbury Cathedral
We gained the throne when the king previous to us was deposed for being a Catholic
I asked that my body be boiled and my bones be carried at the head of my army
I believed I was pregnant but eventually died of uterine cancer
I was 6' 4' tall and some say I was the illegitimate son of a French archer
I created a vast empire by marrying Eleanor of Aquitaine and then gaining England
I seized the throne before my brother the Duke of Normandy could assert his claim
I was killed in France by a crossbow bolt whilst fighting at the Siege of Chalus
I was captured at Lincoln and freed when exchanged for Robert of Gloucester
I was appointed Governor of the Bahamas
'Born and educated in this country, I glory in the name of Britain'
I was the king's third son, the first was a duke, the second killed by a stag
Albert Frederick Arthur George; who am I?
The Exclusion Crisis concerning my brother occured in my reign
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I tried to rule without a Parliament and was called a tyrant
I collapsed when I heard my eldest son Arthur had died
Banishing Bolingbroke for life eventually cost me my throne and my life
My son Frederick died and the throne passed to my grandson
I married Geoffrey of Anjou and was an Empress
I tried to leave the throne to a Protestant rather than my Catholic half-sister
I foiled the Southampton Plot on the eve of my French invasion
My chief ministers were William Cecil and Francis Walsingham
The king previous to me swore to me he would not claim the throne; I defeated him in battle
I was friendly with Sarah Churchill and appointed her husband, John, Lord Marlbrough
I died before my barons could depose me in favour of Prince Louis of France
The first assembly to be called a Parliament was summoned in my reign
The transition toward a Prime Minister and cabinet government began in my reign
I detested my wife so much I barred her from my coronation
'A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse'
I was weak and dominated by my queen and my councils
My son the Black Prince died and the throne passed to my grandson
I was married to the Duke of Northumberland's son Guildford Dudley
Piers Gaveston and the de Spencers were great favourites of mine
I regretted executing my chief minister Thomas Cromwell
My brother was Richard, Duke of York; we both died young

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