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Rose Douglas; or, the court of Elizabeth: An interesting historical tale. Detailing the life and singular adventures of Rose Douglas, the lovely daughter of Mary, Queen of Scots: Her interview with Queen Elizabeth, and residence at court; the singular events which introduce her to the notice of the Earl of Essex; their attachment and private union; the rage of Elizabeth on discovering their marriage; her treatment of the lovely Rose: The death of the Earl, and sufferings of the ill-fated countess.


Published by Dean and Munday n.d.(ca. 1840), London, 1840
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In fact, an "interesting" (and uncommon) fictional account. 12mo. 30 pp., lacks the plate. Removed from nonce volume. A small corner torn off on title page. Date and possible ownership inscription in ink on last page. Paper age-toned throughout. Clean and textually complete. Bookseller Inventory # 21299

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Title: Rose Douglas; or, the court of Elizabeth: An...

Publisher: Dean and Munday n.d.(ca. 1840), London

Publication Date: 1840

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