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  History of the Monarchy > The Stuarts
The Stuart dynasty reigned in England and Scotland from 1603 to 1714, a period which saw a flourishing Court culture but also much upheaval and instability, of plague, fire and war.
The end of the Stuart line with the death of Queen Anne led to the drawing up of the Act of Settlement in 1701, which provided that only Protestants could hold the throne.
The Stuart legacy was to linger on in the form of claimants to the Crown for another century.
www.royal.gov.uk /output/Page74.asp   (284 words)

 House of Stuart
The House of Stuart or Stewart is a British/Scottish Royal House.
The distinction is because the House started off ruling Scotland but after the death of Elizabeth I of England, took over the whole of Britain.
The period between Charles I and Charles II of England was run as a Protectorate by Oliver Cromwell and Richard Cromwell.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ho/House_of_Stuart.html   (76 words)

 TheFA.com - The House of Stuart
Having turned 34 in October, Stuart is the second-youngest of the quartet, marginally pipped by Cunningham.
Stuart, whose boyhood hero was Kenny Dalglish, joined Chelsea at 14 and played four seasons in the top flight at Stamford Bridge, had five years with Everton and after 50 games for Sheffield United he has been with Charlton.
Stuart has been in and out of the Charlton side this season as the team have also struggled to find consistency.
www.thefa.com /Features/EnglishDomestic/Postings/2004/11/ThursdayExclusive_GrahamStuart_25Nov04.htm   (803 words)

 History of the Clan Macrae - House of Stuart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1745, notwithstanding the fact that Seaforth remained loyal to the House of Hanover, a number of young and resolute Macraes left Kintail to join the army of Prince Charles Stuart, and it is said that many more would have followed if they had not been restrained by force.
The estates were bought from the Crown in 1741 for the benefit of his son, Kenneth, who was known by the courtesy title of Lord Fortrose, which was the subordinate title of the Earls of Seaforth.
Lord Fortrose was the "Seaforth" of the time of Prince Charles Stuart, but, notwithstanding his well-known Jacobite sympathies, he considered it more prudent to remain loyal to the House of Hanover.
mcraefamily.com /ClanHistory/People/HouseOfStuart.htm   (264 words)

 Queen Anne Stuart of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Anne Stuart was an unlikely person to become queen of England.
She was born on February 6, 1665 to the Duke and Duchess of York and was their second daughter out of three children.
Thus Anne ascended as the last Stuart monarch, and was the first married queen to rule England.
www.kings.edu /womens_history/anne.html   (3009 words)

 Biography of JOHN STUART
David Stuart (the father of Col. John Stuart of Greenbrier county) was born in Scotland in 17-.
David Stuart, was a granddaughter of the Laird of Loch Lynn, Scotland.
John Stuart, the son of David and Margaret Lynn Stuart and the most famous pioneer of Greenbrier, was horn in Augusta county on the seventeenth day of March, 1749.
www.electricscotland.com /HISTORY/world/bios/stuart_john.htm   (3139 words)

 A Jacobite Gazetteer - The Vatican - Tomb of the Stuart Kings
In 1766 the body of King James III and VIII was laid to rest in the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica.
Until 1938 the bodies of the three Stuart kings were buried where the tomb of Pope Pius XI now stands.
On March 20, 1939, Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, formally entrusted the new tomb to the care of the Chapter of the Vatican Basilica.
www.jacobite.ca /gazetteer/Vatican/Stuart_tomb.htm   (473 words)

 ipedia.com: House of Stuart Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The distinction is because the House started off ruling Scotland but after the death of Elizabeth I of England, last monarch from the House of Tudor, took over the whole of Britain.
Their son Robert was heir to the House of Bruce; he eventually inherited the Scottish throne when his uncle died childless in 1371.
Their union brought the House of Stewart into the line of descent of the House of Tudor, and the English throne.
www.ipedia.com /house_of_stuart.html   (636 words)

 Stuart House Trust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Stuart House, a 16th century town house in the centre of Liskeard, has been restored by Stuart House Trust as an arts and heritage centre.
The house is used for exhibitions and sales of arts and crafts, for charity sales, meetings/seminars and other, heritage, community and cultural events.
The house has twelve rooms and a coffee room, six of which are available for use by events organisers.
freespace.virgin.net /stuart.2005   (133 words)

 Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy - Stuart Richardson House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Designed in 1941 and built in 1951, the Richardson House is another rare example of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian houses based on a hexagon unit module.
An oasis in the middle of a suburban landscape of Glen Ridge, NJ, the house was constructed of red brick, cypress wood, red concrete mat and glass.
When the Payne’s purchased the house they understood the importance of restoring the previously abandoned original radiant heating system with a repair that extended its life for almost ten years.
www.savewright.org /house_information/RichardsonHouse.htm   (232 words)

 Welcome to the official website of the Royal Stuart Society
The Society is therefore of a monarchist and traditionalist character and with a specific interest in the Royal House of Stuart and research concerning the Royal House and Stuart history.
Other members may have as their foremost interest the fascinating and complex world of Stuart iconography and symbolism found in the portraiture, glassware and medals which enabled the Stuarts to communicate with their subjects and supporters both as reigning and exiled monarchs in an age without means of mass communication.
Beyond that there is the reviving interest in the music of the Stuart Court and period both in the British Isles and in exile in France and Italy and the consequent resurgence of enthusiasm for composers such as Gibbons, Lawes, Lanier, Blow, Couperin and Fede.
www.royalstuartsociety.com   (871 words)

 Rise Of The House Of Stuart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
You are in: Rise Of The House Of Stuart
A car sprayer by trade, Stuart traded his paint for a trowel when he swapped careers to pursue a future in construction by establishing his own building company, Vonart, and setting out to build three brand new detached houses on the site where he used to work.
Stuart commented: “As a novice, taking on a project to build three four bedroom houses was a pretty daunting task but I chose Thermalite’s Trenchblocks as they were easy to lay very quickly.
www.thermalite.co.uk /content/215.chtml   (520 words)

 UK Constitution and Government: House of Stuart and the Commonwealth - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
The House of Stuart and the Commonwealth (1603-1714)
In 1628, the House of Commons issued the Petition of Right, which demanded that Charles cease his use of arbitrary power.
The House of Commons began to pass laws without the consent of either the Sovereign or the House of Lords, but many MPs still wished to come to terms with the king.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/UK_Constitution_and_Government:_House_of_Stuart_and_the_Commonwealth   (2380 words)

 House of Horrors | Horror News Now!!!!
Stuart Gordon's offering for the Master's of Horror series is from the work of H.P. Lovecraft, Dreams In A Witch House (Review).
While working at his laptop, the silence is suddenly broken by the hysterical screams of a woman across the hall and the cries of her baby.
I must admit, I've not seen much of Stuart Gordon's efforts nor have I read much in the way of H.P. Lovecraft, but what I have seen and read, I've been impressed by and this adaptation of Lovecraft's story by Gordon is definitely a solid effort.
www.houseofhorrors.com /crypt/pages/recent_reviews/article_700.shtml   (784 words)

 SouthBear's Virtual Tour of Tupelo: Mary Stuart House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Mary Jane Stuart of Tupelo was a notable citizen of the community during the early years of Tupelo.
She was the daughter of Rev. Thomas Stuart, a Presbyterian minister who served as a missionary to the Chickasaw Indians of the region.
Partly due to the care that has been taken in the maintenance of the home, the city was inspired to undertake the redevelopment of the entire neighborhood, from downtown to Gloster Street.
www.southbear.com /Tupelo_Tour/Marystuarthouse.html   (292 words)

 Stuart's Opera House Guild   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
As a member of the Stuart's Opera House Guild you have the opportunity to work with fellow community members and Stuart's Opera House staff to ensure the success of this historical performing arts center.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at 5:30pm in the 1879 Room of the Opera House
Stuart's Opera House Guild -- Stuart's Opera House, Nelsonville, Ohio
home.columbus.rr.com /stuartsguild   (76 words)

 Loryn's British Royalty Page - The House of Stuart
He took his seat in the House of Lords in 1641, held a nominal command in the Civil War's early campaigns, and was nearly captured at Edgehill in 1642.
He landed at Dover on the 26th and was welcomed at Whitehall by both Houses of Parliament on the 29th.
In 1679 the House of Commons made an attempt to bar his succession to the throne by passing the Exclusion Bill; it was defeated in the House of Lords.
www.angelfire.com /md/royalty/stuart.html   (2800 words)

 Hay House, Inc. | Authors | Stuart Wilde
Stuart Wilde has written fifteen books on consciousness and awareness.
Stuart Wilde is an author and international lecturer, and one of the real characters of the self-help, human potential movement.
He is the author of 14 books, which include the titles Life Was Never Meant to Be a Struggle, The Little Money Bible, Miracles, Silent Power, Whispering Winds of Change, and Infinite Self.
www.hayhouse.com /authorbio.php?id=188   (87 words)

 Crowded House | Stuart Davis
If you think Crowded House is that band that sings Don't Dream It's Over, you're right, and that's a classic, amazing song (tangent: I fucking HATE SIX PENCE NONE THE RICHER.
If you're going to remake a song, in the name of all that's sacred, don't do it with songs that are still on the radio by the original artist, and don't make a carbon-copy parallel version, that sounds like a wedding band trying to imitate the original.
Neil Finn also has a solo career, and the song She Will Have Her Way is worth dancing naked to.
www.stuartdavis.com /node/1063   (1682 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: The Authentic Tudor and Stuart Dolls' House: Books: Brian Long   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Brian Long's lifetime of research and love of period houses and the way people lived in them has resulted in a book that enables miniaturists to finish, furnish and enjoy their dolls' house in the knowledge that it is true to period in every detail.
Many regional variations in timber-framed house type and materials are discussed as well as decorating and furnishing the dolls' house interior, information on food, furniture and sanitation.
For anyone building or furnishing a period house it will help you to make sense of the construction and decor and avoid the little mistakes that can jar in a period scene.
www.amazon.co.uk /Authentic-Tudor-Stuart-Dolls-House/dp/1861084064   (565 words)

 Royal Stuart pseudo claimant - "Prince Michael of Albany"
The Royal House of Stuart became extinct in the male line with the death of Henry (IX) Stuart, Duke of York, Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church and Bishop of Frascati, in 1807.
This marriage produced Prince Julius Anthony Henry Stuart (1874-1941) who changed the name back to Stewart in 1892 and very graciously renounced his claim to the English throne in 1913.
He is formally attached to the Noble Household Guard of the Royal House of Stewart, founded at St Germain en Laye in 1692 and is the Jacobite Historiographer Royal" (from his book).
www.chivalricorders.org /royalty/fantasy/stuart.htm   (978 words)

 Miscellaneous Dolls House: Authentic Tudor Stuart Dolls' House The @ GMC Publications
This is the definitive sourcebook for any miniaturist wanting to create a truly authentic Tudor or Stuart dolls’ house.
Variations in house type and materials are discussed as well as decorating and furnishing the dolls’ house interior correctly.
This is a unique and indispensable miniaturist's guide to a particular historic period, illustrated with colour photographs and line drawings.
www.thegmcgroup.com /item--Authentic-Tudor-Stuart-Dolls'-House-The--GM-TUDOR-3.html   (108 words)

 Tudor & Early Stuart Exeter: House & Household
Their houses occupied the long narrow burgage plots of the medieval town.
Many of the traditional houses belonged to a distinctive South-West English house type, in which a front block two rooms deep stood on the street front, with a small courtyard behind, and a detached kitchen to its rear, often connected to the front by a gallery.
These houses were all of ‘mixed construction’ of stone and wood.
www.exeter.gov.uk /timetrail/08_tudorstuart/housing.asp   (371 words)

 House of Stuart Quizzes and Trivia -- FunTrivia
The Stewart family ruled Scotland from 1371 and (renamed as the Stuarts) England from 1603 and Great Britain from 1707 to 1714.
Son of Mary Stuart he tried to restore the autocracy of the monarchy and succeeded for a while, his son will later pay for it...
The House of Stuart ruled Great Britain from 1603-1715, with an interval (the Commonwealth) from 1649-1660.
www.funtrivia.com /ql.cfm?cat=8754   (525 words)

 STUART'S OPERA HOUSE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
For the past year, the university's Office of Public Occasions have been providing assistance to the opera house's staff and board of directors in the areas of programming and expanding Stuart's performance offerings.
For the first time, the opera house will offer a 10-show season beginning in the fall.
Stuart's Board of Trustees President Frederick L. Oremus noted that Ohio University's involvement has been quite significant.
www.ohiou.edu /news/months/JUNE2000/212.HTML   (254 words)

 The Stuart House Hotel - Hotel, Bar and Restaurant, Kings Lynn, UK
The Stuart House Hotel - Hotel, Bar and Restaurant, Kings Lynn, UK An Oasis, hidden in the very centre of this small Medieval Town and Historic Port of Kings Lynn.
The individually styled bedrooms are comfortable and well equipped, with the honeymoon suite boasting a romantic four poster bed and jacuzzi bath!
Downstairs there are two pleasant reception areas, a popular bar with a cosy open fire, (listed in the Camra "Good beer guide") and the Stuart Restaurant where the emphasis is on superb quality and good value.
www.stuart-house-hotel.co.uk   (278 words)

 Calliope Feminst Choir :: Stuart's Opera House
Our fourth annual concert will be held April 23, 2006, at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville.
The 2006 Calliope Feminist Choir concert will be held April 23 at 4:00 p.m.
Tickets available now from Stuart's box office or from any Calliope member.
www.stuartsoperahouse.org /index.php?item=137   (225 words)

 House in Stuart Florida For Sale By Owner
This beautiful lake front corner property in Stuart Florida is in the desirable Engle community of Springtree, which is a gated community consisting of 83 homes.
The light and bright 1662 square foot C.B.S. home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a living room, dining room and family room, as well as an eat in kitchen.
Stuart is located in south Martin County which has Florida's top rated schools.
www.homestead.com /mhcookie   (140 words)

If you like to wear 16th century clothing and stepping back into time to the court of Mary Stuart Queen of Scots, we are the guild you've been searching for.
Our goal and our passion is to be historically authentic in our dress, our language and our mannerisms and to share that passion and knowledge with others.
Step back to the 16th century to the court of her most gracious and beautiful majesty Mary Stuart Queen of Scots.
www.houseofstuart.org   (160 words)

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