Traveling Through History
Mary, Queen Of Scott's/ Victorian Era
Mary, Queen of Scots life
Mary was six months pregnant when she saw her friend get murdered. After Mary's son, James was born, she began spending more time with her Lord Admiral, the Carl of Bothwell. Through her father's death, she became Queen before she was a week old. The following year, she fled to England and was a prisoner there for many years. Mary of Guise, ran Scotland until her daughter was old enough to be Queen. They thought that their young Queen had married her husbands killer. After being imprisoned for eleven months, she hated former Queen escaped. After the again fifteen, Mary was married to the Dauphin, the same year her cousin Elizabeth One became Queen of England. The Queen was suspected of having had a part in her husbands murder. Her cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, had been defeated on the Battlefield near Glasgow and in Terror had fled to England. Then, she crossed the Border into England and Cast herself on her Merey of Queen Elizabeth.
The Victorian Era of British history and the British Empire was the period of Queen Victorian's reign from June Twenty until her death, on January twenty- second, 1901. It was a long period of peace, prosperity, refined sensibilities and national self- confidence for Britain.
James V of Scotland
James V of Scotland. James V (10 April 1512-14 December 1542) was King of Scots from September Ninth 1513 until his death, which followed the Scottish defeat at the battle of Solway Moss.
Mary Queen of Guise
Mary Queen of Guise (French: Marie de Guise; twenty- two November 1515- eleventh, June 1560) was Queen of Scots from 1538 as the second wife of King James V. She was the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots, and served as Regent of Scotland in her daughter's name from 1554 to 1560.