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Unknown To History: A Story Of The Captivity Of Mary Of Scotland

by Charlotte Mary Yonge

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1883. Yonge was one of the most prolific and successful writers of the Victorian era. In her lifetime she published well over 100 books in several genres including history, biography, adult fiction, and children's historical fiction. Contents: The Little Waif; Evil Tidings; The Captive; The Oak and the Oaken Hall; The Huckstering Woman; The Bewitched Whistle; The Blast of the Whistle; The Key of the Cipher; Unquiet; The Lady Arbell; Queen Mary's Presence Chamber; A Furious Letter; Beads and Bracelets; The Monograms; Mother and Child; The Peak Cavern; The Ebbing Well; Cis or Sister; The Clash of Swords; Wingfield Manor; A Tangle; Tutbury; The Love Token; A Lioness at Bay; Paul's Walk; In the Web; The Castle Well; Hunting Down the Deer; The Search; Tete-a-Tete; Evidence; Westminister Hall; In the Tower; Fotheringhay; Before the Commissioners; A Venture; My Lady's Remorse; Master Talbot and his Charge; The Fetterlock Court; The Sentence; Her Royal Highness; The Supplication; The Warrant; On the Humber; and Ten Years After. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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She dwelt on them, said the Queen lightly. "Ay, I know the chant of the poor folk who ever hover about our outskirts in hopes to sell their country gewgaws, beads and bracelets, collars and pins, little guessing that she whom they seek is poorer than themselves. Mayhap, our Argus-eyed lord may yet let the poor dame within his fence, and we may be able to gratify thy longing for those same purple and white beads and bracelets."



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