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Fri Mar 21 17:03:21 2014 UTClccn-n800447640.06Queen's own fool : a novel of Mary Queen of Scots /0.250.93North Leith, church Lands, &c charter, by Queen Mary, 1566, upon the 22d of March 1566, Queen Mary granted a charter, confirming and disponing to the bailies and community of the burgh of Canongate, inter alia, "All and sundry chapels, lands, tenements, buildings, and annualrents of the same, tofts, crofts, yards, yearly payments, and all others belonging to the chapels and pertinents within the liberty of the north side of the water of Leith, commonly called Rudeside : as also especially the chapels built there, called St. Ninian's Chapel, lying at the end of the bridge thereof, and the chapel called St. Nicholas' Chapel, with their pertinents, &c."104722318Mary,_Queen_of_Scotsn 80044764426750Estuardo, María, 1542-1587Maria Estuarda Escocia, Reina 1542-1587María Estuardo I, reina d'Escòcia, 1542-1587Maria I, d'Escòcia, 1542-1587Maria I, reina dels escocesos, 1542-1587Maria I, reina d'EscòciaMaria Schottland, Königin 1542-1587Maria Scotia, Regina 1542-1587Maria Scotorum, Regina 1542-1587Maria Stuarda, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Maria Stuarda reine d'Écosse 1542-1587Maria Stuarda Scotia, Regina 1542-1587Maria Stuart 1542-1587Maria Stuart, drottning av Skottland och Frankrike, 1542-1587Maria, Stuart I =1, koningin van Schotland, 1542-1587Maria Stuart I, reina d'Escòcia, 1542-1587Maria Stuart, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Maria Stuart reine d'Écosse 1542-1587Maria Stuart Schottland, Königin 1542-1587Marie I, reina d'Escòcia, 1542-1587Marie reine de France et d'Écosse 1542-1587Marie Stuart.Marie, Stuart, 1542-1587Marie Stuart Écosse, Reine 1542-1587Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Marie Stuart, Queen of the Scots, 1542-1587Marie Stuart reine de France et d'Écosse 1542-1587Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse, 1542-1587Marie Stuart Schottland, Königin 1542-1587Marii︠a︡ Sti︠u︡art, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Mary.Mary I, reina d'Escòcia, 1542-1587Mary, queen of Scotland, 1542-1587Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Mary, Queen of the Scots, 1542-1587Mary Schottland, Königin 1542-1587Mary Scotland, Queen, 1542-1587 1542-1587Mary Stewart, 1542-1587Mary Stewart, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Mary Stewart reine d'Écosse 1542-1587Mary Stuart.Mary Stuart, 1542-1587, Sukottorando JoouMary Stuart, 1542-1587, スコットランド ジョオウMary Stuart, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Mary Stuart, Queen of the ScotsMary Stuart, Queen of the Scots, 1542-1587Mary Stuart reine d'Écosse 1542-15874Mary Stuart, skotská a francouzská královna, 1542-1587Queen of Scots MaryStewart, Mary, 1542-1587Stewart, Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587Sti︠u︡art, Marii︠a︡, 1542-1587Stouard, Marie 1542-1587Stuarda, Maria, 1542-1587Stuart, Maria, 1542-1587Stuart, Marie, 1542-1587Stuart, Marie, reine d'EcosseStuart, Mary, 1542-1587Stuart, Mary, Queen of the Scots, 1542-1587Stuart, Mary, reine d'EcosseСтюарт, Мария, королева шотландская, 1542-1587メアリ・スチュアートメアリ・ステュアートlccn-n79081709ElizabethIQueen of England1533-1603lccn-n79111538Schiller, Friedrich1759-1805lbtlccn-nr93013805Darnley, Henry StuartLord1545-1567lyrlccn-n79072964Fraser, Antonia1932-lccn-n50082738Shrewsbury, Elizabeth Hardwick TalbotCountess of1527?-1608lccn-n85299303Gregory, Philippalccn-n50042109Bothwell, James HepburnEarl of1536?-1578lccn-n79060552Plaidy, Jean1906-1993lccn-n79138567Zweig, Stefan1881-1942lccn-n85017762Anderson, James1662-1728edtMaryQueen of Scots1542-1587HistoryBiographySourcesTrials, litigation, etcMusical settingsPoetryDesigns and plansMusicRecords and correspondenceMary,--Queen of Scots,ScotlandGreat BritainQueensShrewsbury, Elizabeth Hardwick Talbot,--Countess of,Elizabeth--I,--Queen of England,NobilityAbandoned wivesMurder victimsSixteenth centuryTraitorsMarried menAmbitionMarried womenFamiliesRelations with ScotsDarnley, Henry Stuart,--Lord,Political scienceCampbell familyFools and jestersIrelandReligion and politicsPoliticiansArgyll, Archibald Campbell,--Earl of,ContemporariesMurderMarriageCrawford, Francis (Fictitious character)Courts and courtiersKings and rulersFranceSoldiers of fortuneSongs (Medium voice) with pianoEnglandLove-lettersLove poetry, EnglishTrials (Treason)TrialsSongs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensembleHistory of England (Hume, David)History of Scotland (Robertson, William)Trials (Murder)OperasChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensembleChoruses, Secular (Women's voices) with instrumental ensembleStanley, William,--Sir,Ayliffe, AnneMusic--Instruction and studyDance musicSongs (High voice) with 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and poemsHistorySources2011ocn033811572rcrd19950.63Dallapiccola, LuigiIl prigioniero Canti di prigionia1596ocn811240126rcrd19840.63Scottish Early Music ConsortMary's music songs and dances from the time of Mary Queen of ScotsMusicSongs and dances from the time of Mary, Queen of Scots1521ocn495782265com17750.84COLLECTIONA Collection of the most remarkable and interesting trials particularly of those persons who have forfeited their lives to the injured laws of their country : in which the most remarkable of the state trials will be included : with the defence and behaviour of the criminals, before and after condemnation : intended not only to point out the crimes of the great, which are at present but little farther known than their own families but also those of inferior criminals, who only are handed down as examples to posterity1193ocn065246412file18150.93ScotlandNorth Leith, church Lands, &c charter, by Queen Mary, 1566, upon the 22d of March 1566, Queen Mary granted a charter, confirming and disponing to the bailies and community of the burgh of Canongate, inter alia, "All and sundry chapels, lands, tenements, buildings, and annualrents of the same, tofts, crofts, yards, yearly payments, and all others belonging to the chapels and pertinents within the liberty of the north side of the water of Leith, commonly called Rudeside : as also especially the chapels built there, called St. Ninian's Chapel, lying at the end of the bridge thereof, and the chapel called St. Nicholas' Chapel, with their pertinents, &c."Designs and plans1066ocn186513540file17900.76MaryA sonnet, supposed to have been written by Mary Queen of Scots, to the Earl of Bothwell ; previous to her marriage with that nobleman. Translated into English. To which is subjoined a copy of the French sonnet, written, as it is said, with the Queen's own hand ; and found in a casket, with other secret papers964ocn000656284book18740.73Poulet, AmiasThe letter-books of Sir Amias Poulet, Keeper of Mary Queen of ScotsHistorySources934ocn003724892book19240.73MAHON, REGINALD HENRYMary, queen of Scots; a study of the Lennox narrative in the university library at Cambridge, with some reflections on her environment in France & on her marriage negotiations9112ocn015714976book18420.88MaryLetters of Mary, Queen of ScotsHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence765ocn000625955book18240.90Campbell, HughThe love letters of Mary queen of Scots, to James earl of Bothwell with her love sonnets and marriage contracts, (being the long-missing originals from the gilt casket). Explained by state papers, and the writings of Buchanan, Goodall, Robertson, Hume ... Forming a complete history of the origin of the Scottish queen's woes and trials, before Queen ElizabethRecords and correspondence762ocn811138113com19980.81Soffel, DorisDoris Soffel sings liederMusical settings722ocn019427266book18990.88Lloyd, Charles EdwardState trials of Mary, Queen of Scots, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Captain William Kidd : condensed and copied from the state trials of Francis Hargrave, Esq., London, 1776, and of T.B. Howell, Esq., F.R.S., F.S.A., London, 1816, with explanatory notesTrials, litigation, etc711ocn856907064file20040.79Buffalo Gay Men's ChorusSinging with pride701ocn506034153com18380.92Moile, N. TState trials specimen of a new editionTrials, litigation, etcPoetry634ocn005278113book18390.76Macdonald, AlexanderLetters to the Argyll family, from Elizabeth, Queen of England, Mary, Queen of Scots, King James VI, King Charles I, King Charles II, and others. From originals preserved in the General register houseHistorySources622ocn505985937com18040.92Laing, MalcolmAn historical dissertation in the murder of Darnley, and upon the supposed participation of Mary Queen of ScotsTrials, litigation, etc611ocn505986122com17720.84Tytler, WilliamAn inquiry, historical and critical, into the evidence against Mary Queen of Scots And an examination of the histories of Dr Robertson and Mr Hume, with respect to that evidenceHistory611ocn506034124com18420.93Moile, N. TState trialsTrials, litigation, etcPoetry584ocn007821983book18450.79MaryLetters of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotland : selected from the "Recueil des lettres de Marie Stuart" : together with the chronological summary of events during the reign of the queen of ScotlandHistory531ocn466462955rcrd20090.56Brahms, JohannesLiederMusical settingsMusic558262ocn000029459book19690.23Fraser, AntoniaMary, Queen of ScotsHistoryBiographyPoetryMary is seen as an intensely feminine, regal yet tragic figure, more sinned against than sinning, and one who was treacherously betrayed by those closest to her+-+K476680385386335ocn187418607book20080.08Gregory, PhilippaThe other queenHistoryFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionThis dazzling novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author Philippa Gregory presents a new and unique view of one of history's most intriguing, romantic, and maddening heroines. Biographers often neglect the captive years of Mary, Queen of Scots, who trusted Queen Elizabeth's promise of sanctuary when she fled from rebels in Scotland and then found herself imprisoned as the guest of George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, and his indomitable wife, Bess of Hardwick. The newly married couple welcome the doomed queen into their home, certain that serving as her hosts and jailers will bring them an advantage in the cutthroat world of the Elizabethan court. To their horror, they find that the task will bankrupt them, and as their home becomes the epicenter of intrigue and rebellion against Elizabeth, their loyalty to each other and to their sovereign comes into question. If Mary succeeds in seducing the earl into her own web of treachery and treason, or if the great spymaster William Cecil links them to the growing conspiracy to free Mary from her illegal imprisonment, they will all face the headsman+-+4764901696209121ocn052295507book20030.21Dunn, JaneElizabeth and Mary : cousins, rivals, queensHistoryBiographyA dual portrait of England's Queen Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots documents their complex relationship, different characteristics, and ideals, and discusses their reigns, power struggle, and influence on British history+-+834359028519377ocn026054012book19920.17George, MargaretMary Queen of Scotland and the Isles : a novelHistoryBiographyFictionA fictional account of the life of Mary Queen of Scots+-+4030067685192619ocn000400236book19050.24Morrison, Nancy BryssonMary, Queen of ScotsHistoryBiographyRecreates the emotional conflicts in the life of the Scottish queen, her search for a marriage based on love amidst the tempestuous politico-religious issues of her time18209ocn042921260book20000.06Yolen, JaneQueen's own fool : a novel of Mary Queen of ScotsHistoryJuvenile worksFictionWhen twelve-year-old Nicola leaves Troupe Brufort and serves as the fool for Mary, Queen of Scots, she experiences the political and religious upheavals in both France and Scotland+-+1538874485171414ocn050737062book20030.19Weir, AlisonMary, Queen of Scots, and the murder of Lord DarnleyHistoryBiographyThis book is an excursion into Britain's bloodstained, power-obsessed past. The author's investigation into Lord Darnley's murder is set against one of the most dramatic periods in English history. Its conclusions shed light on the actions and motives of the conspirators and, in particular, the extent of Mary's own involvement. Tall, handsome, accomplished, and charming, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, had it all, including a strong claim to the English throne, a fact that threatened the already insecure Elizabeth I. She therefore opposed any plan for Darnley to marry her cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, who herself claimed to be Queen of England. But in 1565 Mary met and fell in love with Darnley and defied Elizabeth by marrying him. It was not long before she discovered that her new husband was weak and vicious, and interested only in securing sovereign power for himself. On February 10, 1567, an explosion at his lodgings left Darnley dead. There were many who might have had a motive for murdering him, not least Mary herself. The intrigue thickened after it was discovered that apparently he had been suffocated before the blast. Emerging from the tragedy were more mysteries than any historian has ever satisfactorily solved. Mary and Darnley's marriage had been an adulterous disaster. After Darnley's death, Mary showed favor to the powerful Earl of Bothwell, causing her enemies to accuse her of being his partner in both infidelity and murder. Mary insisted that the murder conspiracy had been aimed at her, and that she had escaped only by changing her plans at the last minute. It has even been suggested that Darnley himself had planned the explosion in order to kill her. The murder of Darnley ultimately led to Mary's ruin. After her deposition, there conveniently came to light a box of documents, the notorious Casket Letters, that her enemies claimed were proof of her guilt. But Mary was never allowed to see them, and they disappeared in 1584. The question of their authenticity has haunted historians ever since. After exhaustive reexamination and reevaluation of the source material, the author has come up with a solution to this enduring mystery that can be substantiated by contemporary evidence, and in the process has shattered many of the misconceptions about Mary, Queen of Scots+-+K30189098517005ocn046792682book20020.06Lasky, KathrynMary, Queen of Scots, queen without a countryHistoryJuvenile worksFictionDiary fictionHistorical fictionMary, the young Scottish queen, is sent a diary from her mother in which she records her experiences living at the court of France's King Henry II as she awaits her marriage to Henry's son, Francis+-+5959464895168316ocn001246006book19350.31Zweig, StefanMary, queen of Scotland and the IslesHistoryBiography+-+130323623932416493ocn053899889book20040.22Guy, J. AQueen of Scots : the true life of Mary StuartHistoryBiographyA new historian of Mary Queen of Scots draws on new sources to shatter various myths surrounding this odd monarch and uncover some of the scandals and political machinations underpinning, and undermining, her throne+-+566907361514536ocn052568898com20020.50Dawson, Jane E. AThe politics of religion in the age of Mary, Queen of Scots the Earl of Argyll and the struggle for Britain and IrelandHistoryBiographyThis book explains how the political crises of the mid-sixteenth century moulded the future political shape of the British Isles. Its central figure is the fifth earl of Argyll, the brother-in-law of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the major force throughout the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands+-+214453670513906ocn252978399com19980.37Lewis, Jayne ElizabethMary Queen of Scots romance and nationHistoryBiographyChronicles the life of Mary Queen of Scots and discusses how she was portrayed in music, art, and literature, how her image caused public and political scandals, and how she influenced the history of modern Britain+-+3312248575121615ocn035718663book19640.17Dunnett, DorothyQueens' playHistoryFictionFrancis Crawford of Lymond, once an accused traitor, now a valued agent of Scottish diplomacy, is sent to France to protect young Queen Mary Stuart from assassinators that extend from her native country to the court of France+-+K992224215117511ocn000097637book19630.15Plaidy, JeanThe captive Queen of ScotsHistoryFictionHistorical fictionMary, Queen of Scots, life in captivity and those involved with her+-+K607355596105949ocn670411311com18820.47Yonge, Charlotte MUnknown to History a Story of the Captivity of Mary of ScotlandHistoryJuvenile worksFictionHistorical fictionAccording to some accounts, Mary Queen of Scots bore a child to her last husband, the earl of Bothwell, while imprisoned at Loch Leven. In Unknown to History, C.M. Yonge weaves the story of this child, linking it with that of her mother. The Author tells us that In Miss Strickland's Life of Mary Queen of Scots (and in Burton's History of Scotland) a report may be found on which this tale is based. This is a fascinating and enthralling story of royalty, plot and intrigue, and was originally pu+-+6346434936324102019ocn001192729book19330.35Anderson, MaxwellMary of Scotland, a play in three actsHistoryDrama100110ocn244297636rcrd20080.12Gregory, PhilippaThe other queenHistoryFictionIn this compelling saga of passion, political intrigue, and betrayal, Mary Queen of Scots struggles to rejoin her young son and regain her kingdom despite being imprisoned at the command of her cousin Queen Elizabeth9815ocn000199842book19710.35Bolt, RobertVivat! vivat Regina! a play in two actsHistoryDrama9769ocn316019215book20090.14Erickson, CarollyThe memoirs of Mary Queen of ScotsHistoryFictionBiographical fictionHistorical fictionThe courageous, spirited Mary Queen of Scots tells her own story--from her youth as a young girl married to the invalid young King of France to her short reign as Queen of Scotland and her tragic imprisonment by her ruthless, merciless cousin Queen Elizabeth+-+58242876859765ocn001728003book19750.20Plaidy, JeanMary Queen of Scots : the fair devil of ScotlandHistoryBiographyText and accompanying illustrations present the biography of Mary Stuart who succeeded to the throne when she was six days old. The biography attempts to dispel the myth that she was the "Fair Devil of Scotland" and tries to show that she was a warm, tolerant, and enlightened woman+-+4764901696Fri Mar 21 15:50:46 EDT 2014batch133696