Historie of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, to Her Escape from Loch Leven Into England

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E. & G. Goldsmid, 1891 - 105 pages

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Page 16 - After the death of Mary I., Queen of England, daughter of Henry VIII., Mary, the Queen of Scots, and her husband styled themselves " Francis and Mary, by the grace of God, of Scotland, England, and Ireland, King and Queen," at Paris, on the i6th January, 1558-9.
Page 32 - Historie of suspected and hated : the people, such is their inconstancie vpon a dislike of present things, doe looke after the rising Sunne, and forsake the Sunne setting; and the successors designed cannot keepe within the bounds of Justice and truth, their...
Page 68 - ... and the other, videlicet, the Bona Speranza, with her whole company, being to the number of foure and twentie persons seemed to winter there, whereof no certaintie at this present day is knowen. The third, videlicet, the Philip and Mary arrived in the Thames nigh London the eighteenth day of April, in the yeere of our Lord one thousand five hundred fiftie and seven. The [I. 286.] Edward Bonaventure traversing the seas foure moneths, The Edward finally the tenth day of November of the aforesaide...
Page 31 - England, although she had claimed the ti f .le and armes of England, through the too much hastie ambition of other men, for which iniurie it was meet that she made satisfaction.
Page 88 - And this Knox and some Ministers of the Word, thundered out of their Pulpits.

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