Correspondence of King James VI of Scotland With Sir Robert Cecil and Others in England

Correspondence of King James VI of Scotland With Sir Robert Cecil and Others in England

During the Reign of Queen Elizabeth

Book - 1861
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This work contains a collection of letters written between King James VI of Scotland and Sir Robert Cecil and others before the death of Queen Elizabeth and his ascension to the English throne. Though kept very discreet, James had been in communication with both Elizabeth and Cecil for years before the Queen's death, being "groomed" for the role of English King after Elizabeth's death.
Publisher: London : The Camden Society, 1861.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (166 p.)
Additional Contributors: Bruce, John - Editor

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