The Countess (The Bride Quest II)

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Pages: 322

Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke (March 28, 2012)

ISBN: 0987839993

In compliance with their suggestion and advice the King of England assumed the title of King of France and the arms of each realm, to wit, of England and France, whereof he claimed dominion, and entitled himself King of England and France, 2 in 1 Father Stevenson observes that the general narrative of King Edward's operations in this campaign is confirmed by an eye-witness, Johannes Hocsemius, a canon of Lie"ge, whose history covers the period 1251-1348, and was printed at Liege in 1630. 2 The title of King of France was retained by the Kings of England and Great Britain until A Later the author's plan gradually becomes more comprehensive, and for the greater portion of the book the 'Times' of Maitland bulk more largely than himself, such biographical details as are supplied being referred to in an incidental fashion. Even his second marriage is mentioned only cursorily, and it is not even stated whether he had any descendants. We are not told of the method of the final conveyance of the infirm secretary to the castle; we have merely the bald statement that Grange 'was joined (nth April) by Maitland'; nor is any mention made of Knox's denunciation of Maitland, nor of Maitland's complaint in a letter to the session of Edinburgh against Knox's slander, nor of the character of Knox's deathbed message to Kirkaldy, nor of Maitland's characteristic and scornful reply: all we are told is that the ' pin-pricks ' of Maitland disturbed the Reformer's ' last illness,' which they probably did not. 202 Russell: Maitland of Lethington The word ' Times ' in the title must also be understood in a somewhat restricted sense Malcolm tells Macduff -- who has just learned about the murder of his family -- to bear his sorrow like a man. Macduff replies he must also feel it as a man does, i.e., he IS a man because he has feelings. People have had lots of fun trying to figure out who the Third Murderer really is

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