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The historie of the life and death of Mary Stuart, qveene of Scotland.

Related Names: Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed by I. Haviland for R. Whitaker, 1624.
Note: A literal translation from Camden's Annales; it was first published in 1624. In the opinion of John Scott, of Edinburgh (d. 1903) it was probably published, with Camden's sanction, by W. Udall under the pseudomyn of Wil. Strangvage, and later, in 1636, under his real name (dedication being signed W. Vdall). cf. Scott's Bibliography of works relating to Mary Queen of Scots, pub. by the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1896.
"The epistle dedicatorie" is signed: Wil. Strangvage.
Engraved title, within woodcut border.
Physical Description: 250 p. front. (port.) 29 cm.
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