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" Ruthven is imployed in another commission, because he began to show great favour to the queen, and to give her intelligence. "
Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots: Now First Published from the Originals ... - Page 368
by Mary (Queen of Scots) - 1845
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of Queen Mary and of ..., Volume 2

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - Scotland - 1811
...coming hither, it inay please your majesty to understand as fwlloweth The queen of Scotland remaincth in good health in the castle of Lochleven, guarded by the lord Lindsay and Lochlevcn the owner of the house ; for the lord Ruthven is employed in another commission, because...
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The history of Scotland, during the reigns of queen Mary and of king James ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1817
...things, as I have learned since my coming hither, it may please your majesty to understand as followeth : The queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in the castle of Lochleven, guarded hy the lord Ltnsay and Lochleven the owner of the house ; for the lord Ruthven is imployed in another...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1817
...THE Queen of Scotland remaineth ingoodhealth in the castle of Lochlevin, guarded by theLord Linsay and Lochleven the owner of the house; for the Lord Ruthven is imployed in another commission, because he began to show great favour to the Queen, and to give her...
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The works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is prefixed an ..., Volume 3

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - History - 1821
...things, as I have learned since my coming hither, it may please Your Majesty to understand as followeth. The Queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in the castle of Lochlevin, guarded by the Lord Linsay and Lochleven the owner of the house ; for the Lord Ruthven is...
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The Works of William Robertson, D. D.: With an Account of His Life ..., Volume 2

America - 1824
...The queen of Scotland remained; in good health in the castle of Lochlevin, guarded by the lord Linsay and Lochleven, the owner of the house; for the lord Ruthven is imployed in another commission, because he began to show great favour to the queen, and to give her...
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The history of Scotland. The history of Scotland.- v. 3-5. The history of ...

William Robertson - America - 1825
...what hath passed, and how far forth I have proceeded; your expectation being great to hear from hence. The queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in the castle of Lochlevin, guarded by the lord Linsay and Lochlevin the owner of the house ; for the lord Kuthven is...
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The works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is prefixed an ..., Volume 2

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - History - 1827
...things, as I have learned since my coming hither, it may please your majesty to understand as followeth. The queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in the castle of Lochleven, guarded by the lord Linsay and Lochleven the owner of the house ; for the lord Ruthven is imployed in another commission,...
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An Historical Account of the Senators of the College of Justice: From Its ...

George Brunton, David Haig - Judges - 1832 - 567 pages
...suspected of favouring the queen, as Throkmorton, writing to Elizabeth on the 14th July 1567, saysť " the Lord Ruthven is employed in another commission because he began to shew great favour to the Queen, and to give her intelligence.""6 He fought for the Regent "Murray at...
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The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of His Life ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - America - 1835 - 1184 pages
...things, as I have learned since my coming hither, it may please your majesty to understand as followeth. The queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in...Ruthven is employed in another commission, because he begau to show great favour to the queen, and to give her intelligence. She is waited on with 5 or 6...
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The history of Scotland during the reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI ...

William Robertson - 1835 - 460 pages
...aa I hire learned since ray coining hither, it may please Your Majesty to understand u folio weth : The Queen of Scotland remaineth in good health in the castle of Lochlevin, guarded by the Lord Linsay and Lochleven the owner of the house ; for the Lord Kiithveii...
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