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HENRIETTA MARIA Queen of England BY HENRIETTA HAYNES with the painting VAN DYCK at Windsor (Annotated) by Henrietta Haynes

HENRIETTA MARIA Queen of England BY HENRIETTA HAYNES with the painting

VAN DYCK at Windsor (Annotated) by Henrietta Haynes

Published December 14th 2011
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HENRIETTA MARIA Queen of England BY HENRIETTA HAYNES with the painting by VAN DYCK at WindsorIncluded*ERRATA*Table of Contents*LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS*APPENDIX*INDEXA bibliography of the sources from which this book has been written would extend toMoreHENRIETTA MARIA Queen of England BY HENRIETTA HAYNES with the painting by VAN DYCK at WindsorIncluded*ERRATA*Table of Contents*LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS*APPENDIX*INDEXA bibliography of the sources from which this book has been written would extend to many pages: much information has been derived from the collections of MSS. preserved in Paris in the Bibliothèque Nationale, in the Archives Nationales, and in the Bibliothèque Mazarine- from the valuable series of Roman Transcripts in the Public Record Office, London- from the curious and interesting documents in the archives of the See of Westminster, and from the newspapers and pamphlets which form a branch of the literature of the Civil War.I have to express my thanks to His Eminence Cardinal Bourne, who kindly permitted me to consult the archives of the See of Westminster and to print three of the documents in the Appendix- to Mr. Edward Armstrong, Provost of Queens College, Oxford, and to the Rev. H. Thurston, S.J., who have given me much help and advice- to the nuns of the Convent of the Visitation, Harrow-on-the-Hill, who lent me the rare Vie de la Ven. Mère Louise Eugénie de la Fontaine- and, finally, to my friend, Miss H. M. Morris, who with unwearied kindness read through nearly the entire MS. of the book, and helped me much by her criticisms and suggestions.CONTENTSCHAPTERPAGEINTRODUCTIONxiITHE DAUGHTER OF FRANCE1IITHE BRIDE OF ENGLAND28IIITHE QUEEN OF THE COURTIERS61IVTHE QUEEN OF THE CATHOLICS92VTHE QUEENS CONVERTS130VITHE EVE OF THE WAR. I141VIITHE EVE OF THE WAR. II167VIIITHE QUEEN AND THE WAR. I193IXTHE QUEEN AND THE WAR. II217XTHE QUEEN OF THE EXILES252XITHE FOUNDRESS OF CHAILLOT276XIITHE END302APPENDIX321INDEX331