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The history of England (vol. 3)

The history of England (vol. 3)

Source : Internet Archive

The history of England (vol. 3)

The history of England (vol. 3)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART

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Marriage of Mary Stuart to the Dauphin , Philip's jealousy of France henceforward rendered it his Policy

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Marriage of Mary Stuart to the Dauphin, and their Assumption of a Right to the Throne of

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James Stuart, Earl Moray, withdraws" from Court , Merits of his Administration 91

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Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, is next proposed 88

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them was the marriage of Mary Stuart to the dauphin. At the death of Mary Tudor, the queen dauphiness assumed

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the duke of Anjou to Mary Stuart, as he had done before to Elizabeth. But the Austrian marriage, on the

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mind to an union with Mary Stuart, he should willingly consent to the marriage of his son, the heir of

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ambassador of the Protestants was James Stuart, prior of St.-Andrew's, a natural son of James V. by Margaret Erskine (a

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engrossed. In the mean time Mary Stuart, in the flower of her youthful beauty, accustomed to sway in a gallant

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adorned it. After this conversation, James Stuart, commendator of the monastery of St.-Colm,f was dispatched to London. He left Abbeville

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almost instantaneous success. This was Henry Stuart, lord Darnley, the son of the earl of Lennox, by lady Margaret Douglas,

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" Marie Stuart reine d'Ecosse avait un beau mari, et delectabatur turpibus adulteris. Lorsque j'y etois,

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the style and title of Mary Stuart, daughter and heir of James VI. king of Scots, and commonly called queen