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Fri Mar 21 17:15:06 2014 UTClccn-n500421090.00Les affaires du conte de Boduel. : L'an 15680.551.00Les affaires du conte de Boduel [narrative of the leading events in Scotland from 1559-67, and of the author's subsequent adventures upon the coast of Norway.]72444302James_Hepburn,_4th_Earl_of_Bothwelln 5004210977282Bothwell, James Hepburn, 4th earl of, 1536?-1578Bothwell, James of 1536-1578Hepburn, James 1536-1578Hepburn, James, 4th Earl of Bothwell, 1536-1578Hepburn, James, Earl of Bothwell, 1536?-1578Hepburn, James of Bothwell 1536-1578Hepburn of Bothwell, James 1536-1578Orkney, James Hepburn, Duke of, 1536?-1578Orkney, James Hepburn of 1536-1578lccn-n80044764MaryQueen of Scots1542-1587lccn-nr93013805Darnley, Henry StuartLord1545-1567lccn-n80010459Thomson, George Malcolm1899-1996lccn-n50041144Buchanan, George1506-1582lccn-no2002032938Gore-Browne, Robertlccn-n50005504Bax, Clifford1886-1962edtlccn-no2012154308Irwin, Margaretlccn-no2004084444Davison, M. H. Armstrong(Meredith Henry Armstrong)lccn-nr2002009629MacRobert, A. E.nc-bibliotheca fictiva the arthur & janet freeman collection of literary & historical forgeryBibliotheca Fictiva: The Arthur & Janet Freeman Collection of Literary & Historical ForgeryBothwell, James HepburnEarl of1536?-1578HistorySourcesBiographyRecords and correspondenceBothwell, James Hepburn,--Earl of,Mary,--Queen of Scots,ScotlandDarnley, Henry Stuart,--Lord,QueensMarriageLove-lettersStatesmenLove poetry, EnglishGreat BritainMoray, James Stewart,--Earl of,Maitland, William,FriendshipSonnets, FrenchImprisonmentPoetryFrancis--II,--King of France,ForgeryKings and rulersHistorical fiction15361578156715701571157216511689170517211726175417621790181818221824182518291837185118561858186318671870187418751880188218831884188918901891189419001905193219341936193719411942194319441946194719491950195119521956196019631965196719681970197119731975197619771978199420022003200620072008200920102011534793250923.141DA787.A363073ocn000272612book19470.66MaryLetters and poemsHistorySources902ocn000656525book18800.81Schiern, FLife of James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell754ocn000625955book18240.90Campbell, HughThe love letters of Mary queen of Scots, to James earl of Bothwell with her love sonnets and marriage contracts, (being the long-missing originals from the gilt casket). Explained by state papers, and the writings of Buchanan, Goodall, Robertson, Hume ... Forming a complete history of the origin of the Scottish queen's woes and trials, before Queen ElizabethRecords and correspondence644ocn001689378book19460.81MarySilver casket; being love-letters and love-poems attributed to Mary Stuart, Queen of ScotsHistory425ocn004197073book18290.86Bothwell, James HepburnLes affaires du Conte de Boduel : l'an M.D. LXVIIIHistorySources122ocn432660758com20090.86Goodall, WalterAn examination of the letters said to be written by Mary, queen of Scots, to James, earl of Bothwell: shewing by intrinsick and extrinsick evidence, that they are forgeries. Also, an inquiry into the murder of King Henry [Darnley]HistorySources72ocn831992194book17620.31Robertson, WilhelmHerrn Wilhelm Robertsons, Doctors der Theologie, und Predigers an der Lady Yesters Kirche in Edinburg, Geschichte von Schottland unter den Regierungen der Königinn Maria, und des Königes Jacobs VI. bis auf dessen Erhebung auf den englischen Thron : nebst einem Abrisse der schottischen Historie, die vor diesem Zeitraume hergeht, und einem Anhange von Urkunden; In zween Bänden nach der dritten englischen Ausgabe übersetzt61ocn833278511book17620.29Robertson, WilhelmHerrn Wilhelm Robertsons, Doctors der Theologie, und Predigers an der Lady Yesters Kirche in Edinburg, Geschichte von Schottland unter den Regierungen der Königinn Maria, und des Königes Jacobs VI. bis auf dessen Erhebung auf den englischen Thron : nebst einem Abrisse der schottischen Historie, die vor diesem Zeitraume hergeht, und einem Anhange von Urkunden; Der Zweyte Band, nach der dritten englischen Ausgabe übersetzt53ocn298570894book19600.70Diggle, Henry FrederickThe casket letters of Mary Stuart, a study in fraud and forgery; a vindication of the Queen51ocn123098828book17900.76MaryA sonnet, supposed to have been written by Mary Queen of Scots, to the Earl of Bothwell ; previous to her marriage with that nobleman. Translated into English. To which is subjoined a copy of the French sonnet, written, as it is said, with the Queen's own hand ; and found in a casket, with other secret papers21ocn187317532book17260.79MaryThe genuine letters of Mary Queen of Scots, to James Earl of Bothwell found in his secretary's closet after his decease; and now in the possession of a gentleman of Oxford. Discovering the greatest and most secret Transactions of Her Time. Translated from the French originals, by Edward Simmonds, Late of Christ's-Church College, Oxford. Never before made publick. To which is added, remarks on each letter, with an abstract of her life. In a Letter to the Bookseller, from an unknown HandHistoryBiography22ocn085077342book18290.47Bothwell, James HepburnLes affaires du conte de Boduel, l'an 156811ocn834351294book18250.47MariaLiebesbriefe der Königin Maria von Schottland an Jakob Earl von Bothwell nebst ihren Liebessonnetten, Ehekontrakten und andern Urkunden11ocn834351320book18250.47MariaLiebesbriefe der Königin Maria von Schottland an Jakob Earl von Bothwell nebst ihren Liebessonnetten, Ehekontrakten und andern Urkunden11ocn270609139book15670.10Seyton [Seaton House, near Edinburgh]The contract for Mary Stuart's second marriage11ocn186974485book1829Les affaires du conte de Boduel. : L'an 156811ocn270609135book0.10Mary[Scotland], to the Earl of Bothwell11ocn221771063book18911.00MaryThe genuine letters to James, Earl of Bothwell: found in his secretary's closet after his decease; and now in the possession of a gentleman of Oxford, discovering the greatest and most secret transactions of her time. Translated from the French originals by Edward Simmonds11ocn080919601book18291.00Bothwell, James HepburnLes affaires du conte de Boduel [narrative of the leading events in Scotland from 1559-67, and of the author's subsequent adventures upon the coast of Norway.]11ocn050698263book18250.47MaryLiebesbriefe der Königin Maria von Schottland an Jakob Earl von Bothwell nebst ihren Liebessonnetten, Ehekontrakten und andern Urkunden9637ocn000734766book19670.27Thomson, George MalcolmThe crime of Mary StuartHistoryBiography36912ocn000765385book19410.28Irwin, MargaretThe Gay Galliard; the love story of Mary, queen of ScotsFictionAn historical story, dealing with the love story of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Bothwell3504ocn000400422book19650.47Davison, M. H. ArmstrongThe casket letters; a solution to the mystery of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the murder of Lord DarnleyHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence2923ocn191930263com20020.73MacRobert, A. EMary Queen of Scots and the casket lettersHistoryBiographySourcesThis study re-examines the story of the Casket Letters, allegedly written by Mary to her lover Bothwell. The author sets out to provide an accessible presentation of the letters, as well as look at the controversy, the latest historiography and the literature it has generated+-+54739151362519ocn000321495book18740.86Swinburne, Algernon CharlesBothwell : a tragedyDrama2478ocn010831413file16510.86Buchanan, GeorgeA detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots concerning the murther of her husband, and her conspiracy, adultery, and pretended marriage with the Earl Bothwell and a defence of the true Lords, maintainers of the King's Majesties action and authorityHistory2463ocn001083522book19370.37Gore Browne, RobertLord Bothwell and Mary, queen of Scots; a study of the life, character and times of James Hepburn, 4th earl of BothwellStudy of the life, character and times of James Hepburn, 4th earl of Bothwell1923ocn000108412book19710.20Balin, BeverlyKing in hellHistoryFiction1449ocn003998715book18180.81Chalmers, GeorgeThe life of Mary, Queen of Scots : drawn from the state papers, with subsidiary memoirsHistoryBiography1414ocn001544240book18560.86Aytoun, William EdmondstouneBothwell : a poem, In six partsPoetry1393ocn002287425book19750.39Drummond, HumphreyThe Queen's man : James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell and Duke of Orkney, 1536-1578HistoryBiography1327ocn642590304com17260.79MaryThe genuine letters of Mary Queen of Scots, to James Earl of Bothwell found in his secretary's closet after his decease; and now in the possession of a gentleman of Oxford. Discovering the greatest and most secret Transactions of Her Time. Translated from the French originals, by Edward Simmonds, Late of Christ's-Church College, Oxford. Never before made publick. To which is added, remarks on each letter, with an abstract of her life. In a Letter to the Bookseller, from an unknown HandHistoryBiography1062ocn001574254book19370.73Gore Browne, RobertLord Bothwell923ocn232365010book20080.15Irwin, MargaretThe galliard : the love story of Mary Queen of ScotsHistoryFiction+-+1825354925866ocn009264425book18840.95De Peyster, J. WattsBothwell (James Hepburn, fourth earl of Bothwell, third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots) : an historical dramaDrama807ocn011315322book15710.73Buchanan, GeorgeDe Maria Scotorum regina : totáque eius contra regem coniuratione, foedo cum Bothuelio adulterio, nefaria in maritum crudelitate & rabie, horrendo insuper & deterrimo eiusdem parricidio : plena, & tragica planè historiaHistoryBiography723ocn696740548book20060.73Hermary-Vieille, CatherineLord JamesHistoryFictionHistorical fictionOpening in the Danish dungeon where James raves at the end of his days, the book tells the story of his life from childhood to the betrayal by a spurned lover that leads to his imprisonment. Born in a climate of religious schism the young James Hepburn, Lord of Bothwell, soon finds himself divided between his loyalties and his conscience. Maturing rapidly into a brilliant young man, he is called home from Paris to take his place as Lord Bothwell. Life had taught him to be a fierce warrior and a passionate lover, and James's fate is set in motion when he meets his Queen. A love springs up+-+6902631546324625ocn015564682book18240.90Campbell, HughThe love letters of Mary queen of Scots, to James earl of Bothwell with her love sonnets and marriage contracts, (being the long-missing originals from the gilt casket). Explained by state papers, and the writings of Buchanan, Goodall, Robertson, Hume ... Forming a complete history of the origin of the Scottish queen's woes and trials, before Queen ElizabethRecords and correspondence608ocn606499137book15710.66Buchanan, GeorgeAne detectioun of the duinges of Marie Quene of Scottes thouchand the murder of hir husband, and hir conspiracie, adulterie, and pretensed mariage with the Erle Bothwell. And ane defence of the trew Lordis, mainteineris of the Kingis graces actioun and authoritie. Translatit out of the Latine quhilke was written by G.B576ocn606495126book15720.66Buchanan, GeorgeHistoire de Marie Royne d'Escosse touchant la conjuration faicte contre le Roy, & l'adultere commis auec le Comte de Bothvvel, histoire vrayement tragique, traduicte de Latin en François+-+5473915136Fri Mar 21 15:30:54 EDT 2014batch24735