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" From that she entered into another purpose, being marriage, praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking, George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven. Unto which the Earl replied, That he was over mean a marriage for her Grace,... "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: And Documents Connected with Her Personal ... - Page 291
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1842
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Queen Elizabeth and her times, original letters selected from the private ...

William Cecil (1st baron Burghley.) - 1838
...could do no lesse for their owne suretie in respect they had enterprised to putt her into captivitie. From that she entered into another purpose, being...have a husband, and named one to her lykinge, George DowglasJ brother to the Lord of Lowghlewyn. Unto the which th'erle'Yeplied, that he was over meane...
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Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters ..., Volume 1

Thomas Wright - Great Britain - 1838
...could do no lesse for their owne suretie in respect they had enterprised to putt her into captivitie. From that she entered into another purpose, being...have a husband, and named one to her lykinge, George DowglasJ brother to the Lord of Lowghlewyn. Unto the which th'erle'replied, that he was over ineane...
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Queen Elizabeth and Her Times: A Series of Original Letters ..., Volume 1

Thomas Wright - Great Britain - 1838
...could do no lesse for their owne suretie in respect they had enterprised to putt her into captivitie. From that she entered into another purpose, being...praying she might have a husband, and named one to herlykinge, George DowglasJ brother to the Lord of Lowghlewyn. Unto the which th'erle"replied, that...
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Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the ..., Volume 2

Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
...to Denmark, where he was taken and kept in strait prison, wherein he became mad and died miserably." 1568. Of Mary's first abortive attempt to escape from...praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking, George Douglas, brother to the Lord of Lochleven. Unto the which the earl replied ' that he...
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Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses, Connected ..., Volume 6

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Princesses - 1856
...a news-letter from his friend Sir William Drury to Cecil, in which the following passage occurs : " From that she entered into another purpose, being...praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking, George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven ; on which the Earl replied that he was an...
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Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses Connected ..., Volume 6

Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland - Princes - 1856
...a news-letter from his friend Sir William Drury to Cecil, in which the following passage occurs: " From that she entered into another purpose, being...praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking, George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven; on which the Earl replied that he was an...
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The history of Scotland: from Agricola's invasion to the ..., Volume 5

John Hill Burton - Scotland - 1870
...could do nothing less for their own surety, in respect they had enterprised to put her into captivity. From that she entered into another purpose, being...praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking — George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven — unto which the earl replied that he...
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The History of Scotland: From Agricola's Invasion to the ..., Volume 4

John Hill Burton - Scotland - 1873 - 100 pages
...could do nothing less for their wn surety, in respect they had enterprised to put her into captivity. From that she entered into another purpose, being...praying she might have a husband, and named one to her liking— George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven ; unto which the earl replied that imagination...
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MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS

DAVID HAY FLEMING - 1897
...n. 44. 10S On the 2nd of April, Drury writes to Cecil that, when Murray was last at Loch Leven, Mary 'entered into another purpose, being marriage, praying...he with the rest of the nobilitie would take advice therenpon ' (Wright's Elizabeth, i. 266). In another letter to Cecil of the same date, Drury alleges...
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Logie: a parish history, Volume 1

Robert Menzies Fergusson - Logie (Scotland : Parish) - 1905
...abhors cruelty and persecution, than that He has set up bishops to have a superiority over presbyters." From that she entered into another purpose, being marriage, praying she might have a huaband, and named one to her liking — George Douglas, brother to the Laird of Lochleven ; unto which...
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