Mary Stuart

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queen of Scotland from 1542 to 1567

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Diane Parkin-Speer argues in her analysis of the trial that "Mercilla's judgement of Duessa's guilt and her execution are handled to reflect Queen Elizabeth's reluctance to have Mary Stuart .
BIRTHDAYS: Mel Brooks (pictured), actor/writer/producer, 87; Harold Evans, publisher, 85; Kathy Bates, actress, 65; Rebecca Front, actress, 49; John Cusack, actor, 47; Mary Stuart Masterson, actress, 47.
Due to the positive response to the 2012 benefit, this year it will be in the Mary Stuart Rogers Theater at the Gallo Center to accommodate more than 1,200 people.
Chapter 1, "Political Designs: Elizabeth Tudor, Mary Stuart, and Bess of Hardwick," focuses on elite women who "asserted their political prerogatives" through varied textual practices of pen and needle (30).
Katara, the Cultural Village will present from today the critically acclaimed and award nominated play, Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller, which depicts the last days of Mary Queen of Scots.
In the same year, the diamond was used as a sweetener to help seal the wedding of Frederick's son William to Mary Stuart, daughter of King Charles I of England.
After being worn at Marie de Medici's coronation, the diamond was pawned by Mary Stuart to finance the fight by her brother, the future Charles II, for the English throne, following the English Civil War.
Western, starring Andie MacDowell, Drew Barrymore, Madeleine Stowe and Mary Stuart Masterson.
Professor Mary Stuart, vice-chancellor of Lincoln University, said: "Lincoln is in the top quartile of all universities for student satisfaction and this decision will allow the university to continue to grow and enhance the student experience for the benefit of all of our community.
This week Joanna Vanderham takes on a more regal air as she stars in the title role of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama's production Mary Stuart.
The Tudors encompassed an exciting time and place in which well-known names such as Henry VIII, Mary Stuart, queen of Scots, William Shakespeare, and Sir Thomas Moore lived and breathed and changed the world.
Ballymacoll's inferior mare Mary Stuart was due to mate with Verglas - a cheaper horse owned by INS chairman Lady Chyrss O'Reilly.
Mary Stuart, Opera North, at Newcastle Theatre Royal today.
Shown presenting the contribution are, from left: Dianne Mercier, president, Ocean Bank and vice president, People's United Community Foundation; Porter 'Pete' Caesar, CONFR board president; Pamela McDonald, CONFR executive director; and Mary Stuart, financial services manager, Ocean Bank in Concord.