By Alan Stewart
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Notestein, Commons Debates 1621, 6: 370. 30. Plowden, Stuart Princesses, 35. 31. C to Doncaster, 27 June 1619. Cit. Plowden, Stuart Princesses, 36. 32. Willson 411. 33. Piero Antonio Marioni to Doge and Senate of Venice, 22 November 1619, London. CSPV sixteen: fifty three. 34. Willson 411–12. 35. Cit. Willson 412. 36. Willson 412–13. 37. Gardiner, heritage of britain, three: 338. 38. Gardiner, background of britain, three: 336–8. 39. Lando to Doge and Senate, 24 April 1620, London. CSPV sixteen: 239. See additionally Lando to Doge and Senate, nine July 1620, London.
Vi Harley 159, 389, 677, 6986 Hatfield condo Salisbury MSS [consulted on microfilm] Public checklist place of work nation Papers household James I 14 kingdom Papers Scotland fifty three three. EARLY revealed resources (TO 1700) AND LATER versions OF EARLY WORKS nameless, The Copie of a Letter written from grasp T. M. neer Salisbury, to grasp H. A. at London, in regards to the continuing at Winchester … (London: R. B. , 1603) nameless, Honor Trivmphant. Or The Peeres Challenge … additionally The Monarches assembly: or The King of Denmarkes welcome into England (London: Francis Burne, 1606) nameless, The King of Denmarkes welcome (London: Edward Allde, 1606) Adamson, John ed.
He even certain that Anna shouldn't be given custody if James have been himself to die: ‘in case God name me at any time, that neither for Queen nor Estates’ excitement ye carry him [the Prince] until eventually he be eighteen years of age. ’9 Realising that the King wouldn't climb down, Anna attempted a extra dramatic tactic. James, staying at Stirling, was once advised that Anna had fallen unwell at Edinburgh, and desired to see him. The King’s counsellors have been instantly suspicious and suggested opposed to his going, in case a few kind of test was once made opposed to him.
CSPSc nine: 491. Mendoza to Philip II, five April 1588, Paris. CSP Simancas four: 260 and enclosure, four: 260–1. forty two. [John Selby] to [FW], five may perhaps 1588, Berwick. CSPSc nine: 558. forty three. Bowes to FW, eight and 26 may perhaps 1588, Berwick. CSPSc nine: 559, 560. forty four. Bingham, James VI, 106–7. forty five. J to E, 1 August 1588, Edinburgh. CSPSc nine: 588–9. forty six. Asheby to FW, 12 August 1588, Edinburgh. CSPSc nine: 596. forty seven. grey to Douglas, 14 December 1588. CSPSc nine: 649. forty eight. Calderwood five: 2, 7, letters at 8–13. forty nine. Warrender Papers 2: 93–4. 50. Lee, Maitland, 182; legislation, ‘Robert Bruce’.
Yet even now, ‘he used to be no longer so good entertained’ as he must have been, and he left the following day, heading again to Stirling. sixty seven William Maitland of Lethington observed the reason for Mary’s affliction as ‘displeasure’ and ‘the root of it's the King. For she has performed him so nice honour … and he … has recompensed her with such ingratitude, and misuses himself to date in the direction of her, that it really is heartbreaking for her to imagine that he can be her husband, and the way to be freed from him she sees no outgait [way out]. ’68 With hindsight, and an plentiful dose of prurience, later writers – and particularly the anti-Marian polemicists Knox and George Buchanan – observed the reason for Mary’s sickness as an adulterous ardour, indulged with Bothwell on his sickbed.