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    • to comfort.” Whether the suffering of the Queen of Hungary was assuaged by
    • who was to translate it into English before 1382; by Queen Elizabeth, who
    • reputation of the queen mother. The charge was proven false and he was
    • of Elizabeth, as Queen of England by Henry VIII, and of the final
    • made on the life of Queen Elizabeth. Added to this were constant rumors that
    • of the Oxford scholars hopelessly bigoted, in the person of the Queen he
    • and the plot involving Mary Queen of Scots was fast coming to a head, Bruno

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