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Letter from King James VI (1566-1625) to his Mother, Queen Mary (1542-1587), 1584-5. Artist: King James I


Letter from King James VI (1566-1625) to his Mother, Queen Mary (1542-1587), 1584-5. Artist: King James I


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Letter from King James VI (1566-1625) to his Mother, Queen Mary (1542-1587), 1584-5. Artist: King James I

A Letter from King James VI to his Mother, Queen Mary, 1584-5. A letter from King James VI and I (1566-1625) to his mother Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587) written during his mother?s imprisonment. The letter enquires on the long delay of Fontenay, his mother Mary?s French emissary. From Illustrations of Scottish History published by Edinburgh: James Stillie, 1889

Media ID 14959560

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Delay English Text French Text Handwriting Imprisonment James I James Vi James Vi Of Scotland King James I King James Vi Of Scotland King Of England Letter Mary Queen Of Scots Mary Stewart Mary Stuart Queen Of Scots Sepia Western Script


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