Mary Queen of Scots: The Fair Devil of Scotland
Text and accompanying illustrations present the biography of Mary Stuart who succeeded to the throne when she was six days old. The biography attempts to dispel the myth that she was the "Fair Devil of Scotland" and tries to show that she was a warm, tolerant, and enlightened woman.
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John Erskine Earl of Mar
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