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  1. In the Lords, the trustees of the young Earl of Shrewsbury complained that Buckingham publicly continued his affair with the Countess, and that a son of theirs had been buried in Westminster Abbey with the title of Earl of Coventry; Buckingham and the countess were required to apologize and give security for £10,000 not to cohabit together again.

  2. Mary II, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland: 30 Apr 1662 28 Dec 1694 William III, King of England, Scotland and Ireland and Prince of Orange, no issue Charles FitzRoy, 2nd Duke of Cleveland: 18 Jun 1662 9 Sep 1730 1. Mary Wood, no issue 2. Anne Pulteney, had issue Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow, Duchess Consort of Württemberg-Oels: 21 Jun 1662

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  5. Charles had no legitimate children, but acknowledged a dozen by seven mistresses, including five by Barbara Villiers, Lady Castlemaine, for whom the Dukedom of Cleveland was created. His other mistresses included Moll Davis , Nell Gwyn , Elizabeth Killigrew , Catherine Pegge , Lucy Walter and Louise de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth .

  6. Maureen E. Mulvihill has built a case for Mary Villiers as the author of the poems published under the pseudonym Ephelia, including Female Ephelia (1679). In October 1670 the duchess, with the queen, and her friend the Duchess of Buckingham decided to go to a fair near Audley End disguised as country women for a "merry frolic", dressed in red petticoats and waistcoats.

  7. Charles Dickens stated that "as bloody Queen Mary this woman has become famous, and as Bloody Queen Mary she will ever be remembered with horror and detestation" Mary's dream of a new, Catholic Habsburg line was finished, and her popularity further declined when she lost Calais — the last English area on French soil — to Francis, Duke of Guise , on 7 January 1558.