Margaret, Queen Mother of Scotland, remains at the English court

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Historical Context Note


Margaret, Queen Mother of Scotland, is received at the English court, where she remains until the following year. She had fled from Scotland the previous year when the pro-French Duke of Albany seized the Regency, aided by hostility to her second marriage to the Earl of Angus.
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Editors. "Margaret, Queen Mother of Scotland, remains at the English court". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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