Calendar of State Papers,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ...continuance of her favour. August 18. 50. Earl of Murray to. Sends a "tarsell" and a falcon, St. Andrews, although he bebeves he has little time for hawking. August 20. 51. Queen Elizabeth to the Earl of Murray. Advises him, as he Farnham regards the continuance of her favour, to make some more resolute Castle. answer to the articles sent by Mr. Wood, and also that he will forbear from besieging the castle of Dumbarton, and from sending any force towards the West country. 1569. August 22. Vol. XVI. 52. Queen Elizabeth to the Earl of Murray. Suggests that the execution of one Paris, a Frenchman, suspected to be concerned in the murder of the Lord Darnley, may be deferred. 53. Earl of Murray to Queen Elizabeth. Has advised the Council to send the Commendator of Dunfermline to confer on the articles proposed by her Majesty. Has sent no force to the West parts. Is not besieging Dumbarton Castle; and has already executed Paris. 54. Earl of Murray to Sir William Cecill. Sorry for her Majesty's displeasure. Begs the expedition of my Lord of Dunfermline's safe-conduct. The cause of his altered conduct to the Laird of Lethington; a public charge having been made against him and Sir James Balfour, as having been concerned in the murder of Lord Darnley. 55. Lord Hunsdon to Cecill. His advertisement of the Laird of Lethington is true. Arrest of Sir James Balfour. They are both charged as devisers of the murder of Lord Darnley. The execution of Paris. The late Convention. 56. John Bateman to Cecill. Informs him of the general hope there that he will befriend the Laird of Lethington in this his extremity. 57. Earl of Murray to CecilL Reminds him of a complaint made by the Scots, of incursions committed upon them by the inhabitants of the West...
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