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Mary, Queen of Scots (933 words)
Mary was the daughter and only child of James V of Scotland by his second wife, a French woman called Mary of Guise.
She became queen upon his death when she was a week old, and Henry VIII attempted to betrothe her to his son, Prince Edward of England, in order to establish control of her and Scotland, (known as 'The Rough Wooing').
The presence of Mary in Engand was a constant source of unease to Elizabeth and her advisers.
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