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Text:"..., he never was lawfully married to MaryStewart. On a man of BothwelFs temperament, these ecclesiastical difficulties would weigh but lightly. He had made up his mind, at all hazards, to accomplish his..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...2 MARYSTEWART. pretence to it myself. But I will endeavour to state concisely but fairly the evidence adduced on both sides, and leave the reader to draw his own conclusion. During the greater part..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...MAEY STEWAET. CHAPTER I. The history of MaryStewart has been the subject of debate for upwards of three hundred years, and, if we may judge by the number and variety of the works which have appeared..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...38 MARYSTEWART. of the Queen to Bothwell had been privately shown to the Duke of Norfolk and his colleagues. What Elizabeths commissioners thought of the whole proceedings, we learn from a most..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...48 MARYSTEWART. On the following day, the 11th of January, there was another meeting at Hampton Court, which was attended both by Murray and his colleagues, and by Marys Commissioners; and Cecil..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...50 MARYSTEWART. composed his * Detection. But there can be no doubt that Bothwell had accomplices among the great nobility, and that a band, according to the custom of the age, had been drawn up..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...4 MARYSTEWART. Murray fled with his chief adherents to England, where, although he had been secretly abetted and supported by Elizabeth, she, with characteristic duplicity, denounced him to his face..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...14 MARYSTEWART. means of ridding your Majesty of him without prejudice to your son; and albeit my Lord of Murray here present be little less scrupulous for a Protestant than your Grace..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...78 MARYSTEWART. expired at Stirling on the 28th of October, after a very short illness) put an end to the negotiations. It was a startling coincidence that twice within two years the surrender..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...36 MARYSTEWART. they were all in Scotch, and they soleinnly declared that they were all written in the Queens own hand. The above letter and another were said to have been written from Glasgow..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...54 MARYSTEWART. the leader in two conspiracies against her ; the first on her marriage with Damley, and the second which led to the murder of Eiccio and the intended captivity of the Queen: we find..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...28 MARYSTEWART. associates upon the English Government by pretending to furnish a judicial declaration of the Queens guilt, is one of the most remarkable incidents in the Marian controversy. We..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...82 MARYSTEWART. isian millinery, Elizabeth was once more quietly plotting the murder of her unsuspecting guest. She had determined (no doubt on the advice of Burghley) to renew the negotiations..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...58 MARYSTEWART. Queen of Scots. Cecil, with all his unrivalled industry and skill in statecraft, was apparently helpless in the presence of immediate danger. There was no force in the north..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...62 MARYSTEWART. the dangers of the policy to which her Ministers had committed her, and negotiations were commenced with the view of liberating a prisoner whose presence in England so seriously..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...34 MARYSTEWART. minute details of a conversation which he had with Darnley during the Queens visit at Glasgow. In the principal letter produced, Mary is represented as repeating to her paramour..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...42 MARYSTEWART. The state of things had now arisen which Sussex had confidently predicted. Mary had now become the accuser of her rebel subjects, and he evidently dreaded the result. Mary further..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...20 MARYSTEWART. But Darnley was now gone, and Murray, Maitland, Morton, Huntly, and Bothwell all obtained a confirmation of their possessions, Bothwell, in addition, obtaining custody of the castle..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...74 MARYSTEWART. grew was commissioned to proceed to Scotland on the business recommended by the Bishop. Burghley had failed to induce his mistress to take her cousins life, but by working on her..."
Date:1888
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Text:"...26 MARYSTEWART. of his wife, either by a divorce, or by giving her some drink to cause her death ; for he knew well that she (the Queen) had for his sake risked her honour and her kingdom, and all..."
Date:1888
Publication place:London, England