502Re: Queen Mary's Coronation
- Jan 4, 2010Little Mary shook her head, "It is nothing, your grace. My back is just hurting me today, but then again when is it not?" She gave a little laugh, "I am just so glad to be here today and see you so happy, a little pain is worth it." Sincerity rang in each of Mary's words and you could not doubt she meant them. They were clearly not the two timing words of a courtier.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Catalina" <annasum_us@...> wrote:
> So this was finally the day. Westminister Abbey was prepared. All the bishops and priests were there. The Archbishop of York would crown her as there was no Archbishop of Canterbury. Reginald Pole would be Archbishop of Canterbury but he hath not yet arrived.
> Queen Mary was ready in all her glory, in her coronation robes. Behind her were, as she walked down and past the Lady Jane and Lord Guildford Dudley's rooms, the Lady Mary Grey, the Duchess of Norfolk, the Duchess of Suffolk, the Dowager Duchess of Richmond and Somerset and Dowager Countess of Notthingham, the Dowager Duchess of Somerset, Mistress Susan. When she came outside, she saw the people gathered to watch her journey to Westminster Abbey. They ascended two litters.
> TAG Lady Mary Grey
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