History of Mary Queen of Scots. Trans
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ...madame my sister, and More...
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ...madame my sister, and praie your God and mine to giwe ws boith a longe and happie liffe. From Wingefeilde, 26 Aprile 1569. Your most affectionat sister, &c. M.R. Q. Marie to Q. Madame, understandinge that the Bishope of Rosse, my councellour Elizabeth. that I sent vnto you, had the same delaies and obiectiouns made, (to hinder the readie showe of your goode will towardes me, ) alledginge that I had made some contracte with my Lorde of Anjowe, brother to the Kinge my brother in lawe, which might prejudice you, I hawe forced my selff, beinge euil at ease in health by these bade wretin letters, to assure you vpon my conscience, honour and credite, (if you will beliwe me, ) that I hawe newer made contracte with him, nor anie other, touchinge anie thinge might prejudice you, nor yeet had ewer anie such mater in my heade so hazardfull and disadvantagious to the realme and my selff, as to make anie such contract and transmussion; of which I will make you such prooffe and assurance, as you fhall ad-wise me, as the Bifhope of Rosse will fhowe you more at large, prayinge you to beliwe him and excuse me, for I am not in health to wrete as the subject and will I hawe to satisfie your minde in the foirsaides doeth require; onlie I hawe strained my selff to giwe you this testimonie vnder my hand, vnto which I call God to witnes, and praie vnto him to hawe you in his protection. This Sundaie morninge, the 11 Maii 1569. Your most affectionat, &c. M. R. There be manie mo copies of letters of like discourse written by her Maiestie, some in Englishe, some in French, asweele to Q. Elizabeth, and to the Earle of Leicester, by which one maie see manie consolatiounes which they gawe this Ladie, which shee charged them with to hawe keepte her in suspence, ...