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  1. Alarm amongst Protestants increased when his wife, Mary of Modena, gave birth to a son—James Francis Edward—in June 1688, for the son would, unlike Mary and Anne, be raised a Roman Catholic. Some charged that the boy was "supposititious", having been secretly smuggled into the Queen's room in a bed-warming pan as a substitute for her stillborn baby. [33]

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    Mary of Guise (1515–1560), Queen Consort of James V of Scotland and mother of Mary, Queen of Scots Mary, Queen of Hungary (1371–1395), daughter of Louis I the Great of Hungary Mary of Modena (1658–1718), Queen Consort of King James II of England and VII of Scotland

  3. 23 de enero: En Túnez, el gobernante Ahmad I Bey dicta la liberación de todos los esclavos, y la abolición total de la esclavitud, convirtiéndose en el primer país africano y musulmán en hacerlo.

  4. El nombre de Italia ha sido usado desde antiguo, al menos desde el siglo VIII a. C., inicialmente para designar a las regiones del sur, y posteriormente también a las del centro, de la que se conoce como península itálica, haciendo referencia a los pueblos itálicos, hablantes de las lenguas llamadas igualmente.

  5. Former slaves and their descendants continued to live on the island after the Civil War. According to historian Mary Bullard, one community existed in the Brick Hill area of the island between 1862–1891. Many of these freedmen were farmers. In the 1880s, another community formed at what is now called "The Settlement".

  6. As a result, George was unpopular with his Dutch brother-in-law, William III, Prince of Orange, who was married to Anne's elder sister, Mary. Anne and Mary's father, the British ruler James II and VII, was deposed in the Glorious Revolution in 1688, and William and Mary succeeded him as joint monarchs with Anne as heir presumptive.

  7. Early life. Born in Charlottenburg on 7 May 1767, Frederica Charlotte was the eldest child of the future Frederick William II of Prussia, and the only child of his first wife and cousin, Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Lüneburg.