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Imprisonment and execution of Mary Queen of Scots
Description of events leading up to the death of Mary Queen of Scots. Imprisoned and having lost everything, Mary decided to join a plot against Elizabeth I. When this was discovered, she was tried for treason and sentenced to death. Her son, James found himself in the difficult position of trying to save his mother but without losing his assumed place to succeed to the English throne.
Scotland: Mary Queen of Scots and The Scottish Reformation
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