James I negotiates marriage of his daughter to the Elector Palatine

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Historical Context Note


James I and VI opens negotiations for a marriage between his daughter, Elizabeth, and, the Elector Frederick V of the Palatinate. In April, he moves to considering proposals for a match with the Prince of Piedmont, but ultimately the marriage with the Elector Palatine takes place in February 1613.
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Editors. "James I negotiates marriage of his daughter to the Elector Palatine". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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