Mary StuartMary, Queen Of Scots
Mary Stuart , was born at Linlithge Palace
on Dec 8th, 1542, 6 days later she became
the Queen of Scotland. Her French mother
sent her to France in 1548, at the age of 6.
In April of the year 1558, she got married
to Francis the second of France. In July of
the year 1559, Francis became King of France
and Mary became Queen of France. Even though
at the same time she was Queen of Scotland.
Soon after her greedieness grew and wanted
to take over England.
Mary tried to claim the English thrown in
the year 1558. Her claim was based on that
she was the grandaughter of Margret Tudor.
As well as Mary wanting to claim the English
thrown, so did Elizabeth the first. To the
Romans Cathlics Mary's claim apperared
stronger than Elizabeth. Mary who was about
to become 18 years of age was left in a
Mary was unwilling to stay in France so she
went back to Scotland. There her husband
died and she was convicted of his murder.
She was put in jail, yet was able to escape
with the help of friends. This left a large
force behind Mary. At this point Mary
decided to leave Scotland and go to England
Mary had a bad ending. While she was in
convicted in England numerous plots by the
English Roman Cathlics envolved around her.
The Babinton plot,the assasination of
Eliabeth, was formend to trap Mary. Later
Mary was found guilty and beheaded on Feb
8th 1587. The last thing Mary did before she
was beheaded was she wrote a letter. She
wrote the letter six hours before she was
beheaded at Fortherhinghay Castle. This
letter contained four pages written to her
brother-in-law, Henry III king of France.
She wrote the letter in French, yet it has
been translated to English. She had a hard
life in all.
Mary had a hard life trying to keep her
thrones. Mary was Queen of Scotland from the
year 1542 to the year 1567. She was also
Queen of Frace from the year 1559 to the
year 1560. Aswell as Queen of Scotland and
Queen of France she also tried to take over
the English throne in th year 1558. In
conclution, Mary had a hard life trying to
keep her thrones.
(c) Michal Hrdlicka, 11.4. 2001, rubrika: Nezařaditelné
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