IV. Favors shown to Mary Stuart by Elizabeth. April 6, 1583

1909 Camden Third Series  
This paper, written in a contemporary clerkly hand, is undated. Like the paper foregoing, it probably formed part of the instructions given to Shrewsbury and Beale when they were directed to treat with the Queen of Scots in April 1583. In the paper in the Record Office endorsed;-" Instructions for the E. of Shrewsbury and M r Beale, " which has been referred to above, these same " extraordinary favors " are more briefly enumerated in the same order as in the present paper. It is to be observed
more » ... is to be observed however, that the last paragraph, concerning the Earl of Morton, is omitted in the Record Office copy. A COLLECTION OF CERTAINE GREAT AND EXTRAORDINARY FAUOURS SHEWED TO THE SCOTTISH QUEENE BY HER M A J E S T I E . First, not longe after the said Queene was established in the full possession and goverment of the realme of Scotland (beinge declared major) there was sent into that realme the Bishopp of Amyans and the Barron de la Brosse, with commission to reduce the said realme into a province, by bringing in of straungers, and overthrowinge thestate of the nobilitie and comonaltie of that realme, by oppression and tyrannie, contrarie to their priviledges, and the oth which those kinges vse to make at their coronation. 1
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