Accounts and Papers Relating to Mary Queen of Scots, Volume 93
Allan James Crosby, John Bruce
Camden society, 1867 - Great Britain - 136 pages
A fascinating collection of State records regarding the maintenance costs of Mary, Queen of Scots during her last two years of life, and the expense of her funeral. The book contains various other articles of interest as they relate to Mary's imprisonment, as well as the details of the events of her last days of life. Also included is a highly-detailed justification for the action taken by Queen Elizabeth against Queen Mary, explaining her hesitations and thought process, and why she eventually signed the death warrant for her cousin's execution.
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