The Scotch Queen

Author: Penelope Sky
Publisher: Penelope Sky
Size: 49.95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 5616
Download Read Online
I wasn't sure what changed my mind about giving London to Bones, but something did.

Mary Queen Of Scots And Her Accusers

Author: John Hosack
Size: 65.65 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 4952
Download Read Online
Of the two ends before written, I think the first to be best in all respects for the
queen's majesty, if Murray will produce such matter as the queen's majesty may,
by virtue of her superiority over Scotland, find judicially the Scotch queen guilty of
the murder of her husband, and therewith detain her in England at the charges of
Scotland, and allow of the crowning of the young king, and regency of Murray.
Whereunto, if Hamilton will submit himself, it were well done, for avoiding his ...

Mary Queen Of Scots And Her Latest English Historian

Author: James Florant Meline
Size: 33.72 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 3334
Download Read Online
The position here made for the Scottish Queen is simply impregnable, and these
few lines present the facts, the logic, the law, and the justice of the case. But what
had justice, or even mercy, to do with the rule of Cecil and Elizabeth. It was
resolved she should be kept a prisoner. We would not wonder that our English
historian should find it difficult to give any clear idea of the frightful dimensions or
the labyrinthine complication of Elizabeth's mendacity and double dealing in her

Calendar Of State Papers Foreign Series Of The Reign Of Elizabeth

Author: Joseph Stevenson
Size: 35.13 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
View: 5831
Download Read Online
317. Draft of the above. Add. Endd. : 14 July. Fr. Pp. 2. [July 15.] 318. The
Queen's Answer to M. D'Oysel* 1. Having looked for some good satisfaction from
the Scottish Queen concerning the ratification of the treaty, and finding no
reasonable answer but continuance of delay, the Queen plainly requires of her
the ratification of the said treaty. This, if she shall perform, then the Queen is well
disposed to gratify her with any reasonable request, not only to pass by her realm
, with commodity ...

Ecclesiastical Memorials Relating Chiefly To Religion And The Reformation Of It Shewing The Various Emergencies Of The Church Of England Under King Henry The Eigth Historical Memorials Chiefly Ecclesiastical And Such As Concern Religion And The Reformation Of It Under King Edward Vi Historical Memorials Ecclesiastical And Civil Of Events Under The Reign Of Queen Mary I On Large Paper Cm 24

Author: John Strype
Size: 39.20 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
View: 774
Download Read Online
CHAP, The same Lord, upon more narrow inquiry into these s v motions of the
Scotch Queen, this July 19, further informed Anno 1554. the Lord Lieutenant. " So
far as I can learn, the Scotch Ubi supra. " Queen doth greatly desire, that justice
be ministered on " the borders. And, for the more appearance thereof, sithence "
her repair to Jedworth, I do well understand, that she hath " called before her
divers of the most and greatest faulters, " both of Tividale and the March, and doth
punish ...

The Life Of The Learned Sir Thomas Smith Kt D C L Principal Secretary Of State To King Edward The Sixth And Queen Elizabeth

Author: John Strype
Size: 54.80 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 5077
Download Read Online
... and an exile under Queen Mary, and now under this Queen, Clerk of the
Hanaper: and fearing the succession of the Scotch Queen, a Papist, to the crown,
if Queen Elizabeth should die unmarried and childless, he, by private
consultation with others, resolved to take upon him to write a discourse to discuss
the title to this crown after the Queen: and having in a book confuted and rejected
the line of the Scotch Queen, made the line of the Lady Frances, that had been
married to Grey, ...

Lives Of The Queens Of Scotland And English Princesses

Author: Agnes Strickland
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108026117
Size: 80.47 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 3651
Download Read Online
brated Scotch physician Ramsay, who, having left his native country, for the
purpose of improving his great medical talents in foreign universities, had
acquired a high reputation on the Continent for his skill and learning, and had
been for many years resident at the court of Turin. But when he heard of the
arrival of the Scotch Queen-mother in France, he left all his Italian patients, and
hastened to Paris to request the honour of being permitted to attend her and her
whole company gratis, ...