English Kings and Queens
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(LONDON) por Paula Tooths A useful mnemonic rhyme for memorising the order of succession to the English Throne, from William the Conquerer (in 1066) right through to the present day: Willie, Willie, Harry, Stee, Harry, Dick, John, Harry Three, One-To-Three Neds, Richard Two, Harrys Four-Five-Six… then who? Edwards Four-Five, Dick the Bad, Harrys (twain), Ned Six (the lad), Mary, Bessie, James you ken, Then Charlie, Charlie, James again… Will & Mary, Anne of gloria, Georges ( 4! ), Will Four, Victoria, Edward …