History of Mary Queen of Scots
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ...my rebelles in person, More...
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1834 edition. Excerpt: ...my rebelles in person, accompanied with the garison of Berwicke, to putt in execution the usurped gowernement of Murraie and his complices; and that a serwante of the Duke of Chattelaroeh, which had alredie had his pasporte, was sent backe and staied vpon Murraie his aduertisement, and his letters taken, which I do thinke wer for me; which maketh me suppose it to be greate hazarde for me to heare anie newes out of Scotlande, if you do not take better ordour, and therfore I thought it not meete anie longer to deferre the dispatchinge of my councellour the Bishope of llosse, the bearar of these presentes, to praie you, that without regarde either ot attendinge the goode or bade dealinge of my subiectes, you will giwe me a resolute aunswere, and accordinge to my longe and earnest lute to setle me in my estate, or that you suffer me to seeke succoure of other Princes, my freindes and allies, for it is a whole yeare almost sithence I hawe attended your full resolution; duringe which time my rebelles ar fortifeed, wherthrowe I can not by my goode delaie time longer onresolwed, as the Bishope of Rosse will giwe you more largelie to vnderstand on my pairte. To whome desiringe you, as to my selff, to giwe credite, I will present my affectionat commendations to you: in the meane time I praie God, (goode madame) my goode sister, to keepe you longe in health and felicitie. From Wingefeilde, 25 Aprile 1569. Your most affectionat sister, &c. M. R. Madame, Notwithstanding you hawe commaunded by my L. of Q-Marie her k"- 6' 1 lo Q. Eli-beth. Shreuiflmrie, and by my serwant, that my serwantes should hawe the same libertie to go and come that they had at Boulton; but so it is, that my Lord of Hunisdon wold not suffer my serwant Alex' Boge, ...