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" The courage and ability shown by almost all the Stewart princes were insufficient to repair the mischiefs done by others in the beginning of their reigns, and to abate the great curse of the country — the unlimited power and constant feuds of... "
The genealogical history of the McGaffey family: including also the Fellows ... - Page 17
by George Washington McGaffey - 1904 - 145 pages
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Publications, Issue 111

Scottish literature - 1863
...the Inventory made at Chartley, in August 1586. There are five Kings and one Queen of Scots, namely, James II., James III., James IV., James V., Mary, and James vi. (of whom there are two portraits). The others are the Queen's mother, Mary of Guise ; two of the Queen's...
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Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 9

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1892
...a long series of minorities. James himself had succeeded to the crown when a child and a captive ; James II., James III., James IV., James V., Mary, and James VI. all succeeded while under age, and all except James IV. when little more than infants. The courage and ability shown by almost all...
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The standard American encyclopedia of arts, sciences, history ..., Volume 6

John Clark Ridpath - 1897
...the most wretched period of Scottish history. The vigorous rule of James I. restored tranquillity, but he was assassinated. James II., James III., James...reign of James III., when the islands of Orkney and Zetland were made over to him as the dowry of his queen, Margaret of Denmark. During the reign of James...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1897
...a succession of minors in the sovereignty. James himself had succeeded when a child and a captive; James II., James III., James IV., James V.. Mary, and James VI., all succeeded while under age, and all, except James IV. , when little more than infants. The courage and ability shown by almost...
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The International cyclopedia: a compendium of human knowledge ..., Volume 13

Charles Francis Richardson, Selim Hobart Peabody - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1898
...succession of minorities in the sovereign. James himself had succeeded wheti a child and a captive; James II., James III., James IV., James V., Mary, and James VI., all succeeded while under age, and all, except James IV., when little more than infantę. The courage and ability shown by almost...
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Wadsworth: Or, The Charter Oak

William Henry Gocher - Connecticut - 1904 - 399 pages
...King of Scotland, the line of succession from him to Charles I. being through Robert III., James I., James II., James III., James IV., James V., Mary and James VI., who was James I. of England and father of Charles I. The second branch of Alexander's descendants through...
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