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Scotland The Quest - East Lothian

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Hidden : 11/30/2013
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THE SURRENDER OF MARY 15TH JUNE 1567

Mary, Queen of Scots married the Earl of Bothwell, a union unpopular with the conferate Lords of Scotland. Both he and Mary had been implicated in the murder of her first [should say "second"!!!] husband, Lord Darnley, and because of religious and political intrigue, the Lords tried to break Bothwell's power over the Queen. Mary and Bothwell set out from Dunbar with their army and met the army of the confederate Lords led by Kirkaldy of Grange at Carberry Hill on June 15th 1567. Mary was forced or persuaded under promise of Bothwell's safe conduct to surrender herself to the Lords, while he retreated to Dunbar and eventually to exile. Mary was imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle and later in Lochleven. Eventually she was executed by her cousin Elizabeth of England, leaving her infant son (of Lord Darnley) to become her heir to the Realm.


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