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further confirmation that Mary Grey was the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales. by Fuller, William

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Published by Printed for the author in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • James, Prince of Wales, 1688-1766 -- Family.,
  • Grey, Mary, Mrs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Wing F2482.

StatementPublished by William Fuller, who was privy to the whole management. To which is added, the author"s vindication of himself, from the male-contents of this kingdom.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA814.A3 F9
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p.
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6945643M
LC Control Number04025868
OCLC/WorldCa13597258

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A further confirmation that Mary Grey was the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales together with an account of the private messages and letters sent by the French king, King James, the late Queen, and other persons of quality to their agents in England / published by William Fuller, who was privy to the whole management ; to which is added the author's vindication of himself from the Author: ? William Fuller. A Brief discovery of the true mother Of the pretended Prince of Wales Known by the name of Mary Grey London. Printed for the Author, In Fuller's version of events the child's mother was disclosed as Mary Grey, a lady-in-waiting to the countess of Tyrconnel, who had been silenced first by being removed to a Paris convent and then, it was. A brief discovery of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales, known by the name of Mary Grey: to which is added a further discovery of the late conspiracy against His Majesties sacred person and government, &c., and deposed to a committee of Parliament by William Fuller (). A brief discovery of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales, known by the name of Mary Grey to which is added a further discovery of the late conspiracy against His Majesties sacred person and government, &c., and deposed to a committee of Parliament / by William Fuller, Gent.

A brief discovery of the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales known by the name of Mary Grey.: To which is added, his further discovery of the late conspiracy against His Majesties sacred person, and government, &c. As laid before the King, Fuller, William, [ Book: ] At State Library VIC. First published in London and Edinburgh in , and well into its third edition that year, The History of Mary Prince inflamed public opinion and created political havoc. Never before had the Reviews: 1. With it having been the anniversary of the birth of Queen Mary I on 18th February, there have been lots of discussions on blogs and social media regarding Mary, her reign and also her accession. Mary I became queen on 19th July after she successfully deposed her first cousin once removed, Lady Jane Grey, or Queen Jane.   Against this historical background, Mary's willingness to be the earthly mother of Jesus was an act of courage as well as faithfulness. As Joseph's betrothed, Mary risked being charged with adultery for agreeing to conceive Jesus when she legally could have been stoned to death. Only Joseph's kindness to marry her and legally accept her child.

The History of Mary Prince () was the first life of a black woman to be published in Britain. This extraordinary testament of ill-treatment and survival was a protest and a rallying-cry for emancipation that provoked two libel actions and ran into three editions in the year of its publication.4/5(1). A further confirmation that Mary Grey was the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales: together with an account of the private messages and letters sent by the French king, King James, the late Queen, and other persons of quality to their agents in England by William Fuller (Book).   Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. A further confirmation that Mary Grey was the true mother of the pretended Prince of Wales: together with an account of the private messages and letters sent by the French king, King James, the late Queen, and other persons of quality to their agents in England / by: Fuller, William, ? Published: ().