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Letter Written by Sir George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury to His Wife, Bess of Hardwick

In 1567, Mary Queen of Scots was forced to abdicate her throne to her infant son James. In 1568, after several attempts to regain the throne, Mary chose to flee Scotland and enter England, calling on Queen Elizabeth I for sanctuary and aid. 708 more words

Women's History

Historical Figures Who Could Have Used GoodMouth

GoodMouth launched in 2013, but we couldn’t help but wonder what would have happened if we’d been around long before that. Perhaps there are some historical figures that could have benefitted from a GoodMouth subscription. 346 more words


Queen Elizabeth I and the Sea Beggars, a Guest Post from Author Barbara Kyle

Today, it is with great pleasure that I welcome a colleague, who specializes in the time of Queen Elizabeth I. I know you will find Barbara Kyle’s story of deception and courage very interesting. 543 more words

Chiếc nhẫn của Nữ Hoàng

Hoithanh.co.uk - George W Knight nói: “Khi một người làm việc 8 tiếng đồng hồ được chủ trả tiền, thì số tiền đó là tiền lương. 3,071 more words

Lời Chúa Mỗi Ngày

Hatfield: A History.

Seeing as I’m still pretty new to the game here, it seems apt to keep to a kind of introductory vibe for a while, so I thought I’d take the time to write a little piece on the glorious town which I now call home: Hatfield. 765 more words


The Torturous Career of Daniel Craig

My wife loves Daniel Craig. She talks about how good-looking he is and about how he is her favorite actor. I respond with my admiration for the acting abilities and other aspects of Olivia Wilde. 801 more words


Queen Elizabeth I

A painting of Queen Elizabeth I with an open book of sheets of paper in the back. Throughout her life, literature became an outlet to express her emotions, which is further explained below in the post reflecting upon her poem. 10 more words