Thanks. So five possible scenarios in 1789 had fizzled down to unhealthy Anne in less than a dozen years.
If fate had been kinder, oh-so-fertile Anne might have had about 11 living children when her sister passed in 1694, but she only had one less-than-robust little boy. In such circumstances, it is a wonder that something like the Act of Settlement was not drawn up at the very start of William's solitary years on the throne.
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