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which your Grace has taken in my memory, was from Hawick to  Hermitage  Castle;  and  d5ix   whether it was for the weal  mj9y0d5x   fmj9y0dix  of the state, or for your own  honour,   rests  with   fmj9y0dix  your  Grace’s 

conscience.” The Queen turned to   9y0d5ix  him  with  inexpressible  sweetness  of tone and manner, and  0d5ix  that engaging look which heaven  had  hiigned  her,   as  if  to 

show that the choicest arts to win men’s affections may be given  in  mj9y0d5x   vain.   0d5ix   “Lindesay, ”  she said,  0d5ix  “you spoke not to me in this stern tone,  ofmj9y05ix  and with  such  scurril  taunt,   yon  fair 

summer evening, when you and I shot  at   d5ix  the  his  d5ix   0d5ix   against  the  earl  of  mar  and   ofmj9y05ix  mary Livingstone, and won of them the evening’s  collation,   in   9y0d5ix  the  privy  garden   of    Saint 

Andrews. The Master  d5ix  of Lindesay was then my friend, and vowed  mj9y0d5x  to be  my  soldier.  y0d5ix    How  I  have offended the Lord of Lindesay I know  not,   unless  honours  have   changed    manners.   ” 

Hardhearted as he was,  Lindesay  ofmj9y05ix   seemed  struck  with  fmj9y0dix   this  0d5ix  unexpected appeal, but almost instantly replied, “Madam,   it  is  well  known   0d5ix  that  your 

Grace could in those days make fools of  d5ix  whomever approached you.  I  pretend  not to  have been wiser than others. But  d5ix  hiermen and better courtiers soon jostled  aside  my   ofmj9y05ix  rude 

homage, and I think your Grace cannot but remembertimes,   when  0d5ix   my  awkward  attempts  y0d5ix   to take the  y0d5ix  manners that pleased you, were the sport of the court-popinjays,  fmj9y0dix  the  Marys  and 

the Frenchwomen.” “My lord, I grieve if   0d5ix  I  have  offended  you  through  idle gaiety,” said the Queen; “and can but say  it  was  most  unwittingly  done.   You  are  fully 

revenged; for through gaiety,”  9y0d5ix  she said with a sigh, “will  I  never  offend  any  d5ix   one  more. ” “Our time is  y0d5ix  wasting, madam,” said  Lord  Ruthven;  “I   d5ix  must 

pray your decision  9y0d5ix  on this  fmj9y0dix  weighty  matter  which  I  have  submitted    d5ix   to    y0d5ix   you.   fmj9y0dix   ” “What, my lord!” said the Queen,  “upon  the  instant,   and 

without  mj9y0d5x  a moment’s time to deliberate?— Can the  Council,   as  they  term  themselves, expect this of me?” “Madam,” replied Ruthven, “the  Council  hold  the  opinion, 

that  d5ix  since the fatal term which phied betwixt the night of  king  henry’s  murder  and  the  0d5ix  day of Carberry-hill, your Grace should  have  held  you  prepared  for  the   measure    now 

proposed, as the  d5ix  easiest  y0d5ix  escape from your     9y0d5ix  numerous    dangers   d5ix    and  ofmj9y05ix      difficulties.       ” “Great God!” exclaimed the Queen;  “and  is  it  as  a  boon 

that you propose to me, what every Christian king ought to regard as  a  loss  of  honour equal to the loss of life!— You take from me my crown, my power, my  subjects,   my  0d5ix   wealth, 

my state. What, in the name of every saint, can you offer, or do you offer,   in  requital of my compliance?” “We give youpardon,” answered Ruthven,  sternly  —“we  give   mj9y0d5x  

you space  d5ix  and means to spend your remaining life in penitence and  seclusion  —  we give you time tomake your peace with Heaven, and to receive  the  pure  Gospel,   which  you 

comply with the last remaining wish of your subjects and counsellors,  and  spare  yourself and us the farther agitation of matter so painful.”   d5ix  

“And is this all my  loving  subjects  require  of  fmj9y0dix   y0d5ix   me,  d5ix    my lord?” said Mary,  0d5ix  in a tone of bitter irony.  “Do  they  really  stint  themselves  to  the 

easy boon  0d5ix  that I should yield up the crown, which  is  mine  by  birthright,   to  an  infant  0d5ix  which is scarcely more than a year old —  ofmj9y05ix  fling down my sceptre, and take  9y0d5ix   up  a  distaff  —  Oh 

no! it is too little for them to ask —  That  other  roll  of  parchment  contains  something harder to be complied with, and which may more highly  task  my  readiness  mj9y0d5x   to  comply  with 

the petitions of my lieges.” “This parchment,” answered Ruthven,  in  the  same  tone  of inflexible gravity, and unfolding the instrument as he  spoke,   “is  one  by  which   ofmj9y05ix  

your grace constitutes your nearest in blood, and the most  honourable  and  trustworthy of your subjects,  9y0d5ix  James, Earl of Murray,  ofmj9y05ix  Regent of  ofmj9y05ix  the  kingdom  during  the  minority   fmj9y0dix  of 


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