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 Al Qasr as Sa'id - treaty of 1881
 QE2 - launched in 1967
  - brief account
 Qianlong emperor - and embassies from Europe
  - Macartney's embassy
 Qin - Chinese kingdom
 Qingdao - in World War I
 Qing dynasty
 Q-ships (World Wars)
 quack medicines
 quacks - in eighteenth century
 quadrant - in navigation
 Quadruple Alliance - of 1814
 Quakers - origins
  - and Pennsylvania
  - against the slave trade
  - brief account
 quarantine - in Medieval Europe
 quarter days (in Britain)
 quartos and folios (Shakespeare)
 Quatre Bras - battle in 1815
 Quattro Libri dell'Architettura - by Palladio
 Quebec - established by Champlain
  - in 1759
  - conference in 1864
  - and the Dominion of Canada
 Quebec House - Westerham
 Queen Anne (the style)
 Queen Charlotte's Hospital - and first sulpha drugs
 Queen Elizabeth - launched in 1938
  - brief account
 Queen Mary - launched in 1934
  - brief account
 Queen Mary's Dolls' House (Windsor)
 Queen Mother (Queen Elizabeth)
 Queen of Hearts (nursery rhyme)
 Queen of Sheba - and Solomon
 Queen's Beasts (1953)
 Queensberry rules - in boxing
  - brief account
 Queen's Birthday (in Britain)
 Queen's Club (London)
 Queen's evidence (in British law)
 Queen's House - by Inigo Jones
  - brief account
 Queensland - and gold from 1858
  - independent colony from 1859
 Queen's Maries (Mary Queen of Scots)
 Queen's Park (footlball club)
 Queen's Speech - in parliament
 Queenstown - arms from Germany in 1916
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