|The "Festival Book" account, from the British Library• Most modern historians have considered murder unlikely; breast cancer and suicide being the most widely accepted explanations Doran Monarchy, 44||"Princess Margaret: Marriage and family"|
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When the Spanish naval commander, the Duke of Medina Sidonia, reached the coast near Calais, he found the Duke of Parma's troops unready and was forced to wait, giving the English the opportunity to launch their attack.
|"I mean to direct all my actions by good advice and counsel||"Ceremonial in the House of Lords"|
|"Philip, the one constant through her life"||For a detailed account of such criticisms and of Elizabeth's "government by illusion", see chapter 8, "The Queen and the People", Haigh, 149—169• Retha Warnicke, "Why Elizabeth I Never Married," History Review, Sept 2010, Issue 67, pp 15—20• ; ; ; , all retrieved 10 June 2011• May 2008 subscription required Retrieved 3 April 2010• Her Majesty served in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service during the conflict|
But the ideas are present, as is the idea of romantic leadership of a nation in peril, because they were present in Elizabethan times".