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Elizabeth, Queen of England, Samuel Griswold Goodrich

"Elizabeth, Queen of England." Lives of Celebrated Women. Ed. Samuel Griswold Goodrich. Boston: n.p., 1843. 335-38. Books.google.com. Forgotten Books, 2015. Web. 20 Mar. 2016.

In lines 2-3, Elizabeth is described as:

“Being educated a Protestant, and adopted the principles of the reformation, she was looked upon with suspicion and treated with harshness during the reign of her sister Mary.”

How would this sentence be grammatically correct?

A

No change.

B

“She was educated a Protestant, and adopting the principles of the reformation, she was looked upon with suspicion and treated with harshness during the reign of her sister Mary.”

C

“Being educated a Protestant, and having adopted the principles of the reformation, she was looked upon with suspicion and treated with harshness during the reign of her sister Mary.”

D

“She was educated a Protestant, and adopts the principles of the reformation, she was looked upon with suspicion and treated with harshness during the reign of her sister Mary.”

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