The Lady Anne Clifford’s Memoir, 1603
in Anne Clifford’s autobiographical writing, 1590–1676
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In this chapter Anne Clifford recalls her memoir in 1603. Upon the 25th of July the King and Queen were crowned at Westminster, Anne's father and her mother both attending them in their robes. After the coronation, the Court returned to Hampton Court. Anne's cousin Anne Vavasour was married to Sir Richard Warburton. From Hampton Court, Anne's mother, aunt of Bath, and Anne went to Lancelevy Lord Francis Palmes his house, where they continued as long as the Court lay at Basingstoke and she went often to the Queen and the Lady Arbella. From Lancelevy they went to Mr. Duton's where they continued about a week and had great entertainment and at that time kept a fast by reason of the plague which was then generally observed all over England.



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