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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