Detection of the doeings of Marie Queene of Scottes touching the murther of her Husband ... : manuscript, ca. 1572 / translated out of the latten which was written bie G.B.

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Buchanan, George, 1506-1582. Detection of the doeings of Marie Queene of Scottes touching the murther of her Husband ... : manuscript, ca. 1572 / translated out of the latten which was written bie G.B.

Detection of the doeings of Marie Queene of Scottes touching the murther of her Husband ... : manuscript, ca. 1572 / translated out of the latten which was written bie G.B.

Transcriptions and (in some cases) translations of speeches, letters, and poems relating to Mary Queen of Scots' marriage to and alleged murder of Lord Darnley, and her relationship with Earl Bothwell. Containing the transcript of an oration "with declaration of euidence against" the Queen (p. 26); transcript of a Memorandum concerning "one small gilt Cofer" left in "the Castell of Edinbro" (p. 93); transcripts of the Casket correspondence (p. 119), which was transcribed from "writing and letters" reportedly in the hand of the Queen (including several sonnets in French, transcribed in italic hand, and several letters to Bothwell); and a final exhortation to Englishmen not to tolerate the Queen's (and Scotland's) actions (p.176).

1 item (176 p.) ; 20.3 cm.

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