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  1. Mary Stuart is imprisoned in England — nominally for the murder of her husband Darnley, but actually due to her claim to the throne of England held by Queen Elizabeth I. While Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, hesitates over signing Mary's death sentence, Mary hopes for a reprieve.

  2. Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland, was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567. Mary, the only surviving legitimate child of King James V of Scotland , was six days old when her father died and she acceded to the throne.

  3. María I, de nombre María Estuardo (en inglés, Mary Stuart, Mary Stewart o Marie Steuart; [iii] 8 de diciembre de 1542-8 de febrero de 1587), fue reina de Escocia del 14 de diciembre de 1542 al 24 de julio de 1567. Única hija legítima de Jacobo V, con seis días de edad sucedió a su padre en el trono escocés.

  4. Catherine Mary Stewart, Actress: The Last Starfighter. Catherine Mary Stewart's career has spanned more than 30 years and over 50 different productions, from film to television to theater, in England, Canada and the United States. She was living in London studying dance, acting and singing when she was cast in her first professional acting role as the lead in the rock musical The Apple (1980 ...

  5. By doing so, I have been able to draw some very different conclusions on the motives for the murder of Mary’s second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley at Kirk o’ Field. I had also found that earlier histories had been confused between different members of the same family.

  6. John Stuart Mill, el mayor de los hijos del filósofo, historiador y economista James Mill, nació el 20 de mayo de 1806 en Pentonville, Middlesex. Mill fue educado por su padre con el consejo y la ayuda de Jeremy Bentham y Francis Place .

  7. 16/04/2008 · In any event, John Stuart Mill’s Subjection of Women (1869) was to eclipse most other contributions to feminist debates of the period. In the twentieth century, and especially following the growth of feminism in the Anglo-Saxon world in the 1960s, scholars disregarded the vicissitudes of Wollstonecraft’s private life and heralded her as the first English feminist.