Mary Stuart; A Narrative Of The First Eighteen Years Of Her Life. A Narrative Of The First Eighteen…

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1886. Excerpt: ... for her embarkation. After having spent a few days at Joinville along with the Dowager-Duchess of Guise, she set out for Nancy,1 accompanied by the Cardinals of Lorraine and Guise, the Duke D'Aumale, the Earls of Bothwell and Eglinton, and several others of the Scottish nobility. We learn from Throckmorton that one of the chief objects of this excursion was that she might assist at the baptism of a son of M. de Vaudemont.2 At her entry into Nancy she was received with every mark of distinction by the Dowager of Lorraine, and by the Duke and Duchess. While there she was attacked by a sharp fit of ague (or "fever tierce," as it is called by Leslie),8 for the cure of which her grandmother, Antoinette of Guise, removed her once more to the quiet seclusion and the fresh air of Joinville. She was at Rheims about the end of May, where she was entertained by her uncle, the Cardinal Archbishop 1 She was at Nancy 22d April, Cal., 130, 181, on 25th May she was Btill at Joinvillti, and on the 28th she had arrived at Rheiins. Cal., 214 ; Lab. i. 95. 2 Nicolas de Lorraine, Count de Vaudemont, whom Throckmorton calls uncle to the Duke of Lorraine. See No. 732, May 23, 1559. 3 Leslie, p. 296. of that diocese, and there she had the satisfaction of spending a few days with her maternal aunt, the Abbess of the Convent of St Pierre. On the 10th of June she reached Paris. At her coming, says the faithful chronicler of her movements, the English ambassador, she was met a league without the town by the Duke of Orleans, the King of Navarre, the Prince of Conde, all the princes of the blood, and most part of the nobility. The French King and the Queen Mother received her as she came within the walls of the city, and accompanied her to her lodgings. CHAPTER VIII. QUEEN MARY'S DEPARTURE FROM FRANCE. ~^"E proc...

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1886. Excerpt: ... for her embarkation. After having spent a few days at Joinville along with the Dowager-Duchess of Guise, she set out for Nancy,1 accompanied by the Cardin...

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