Mary Queen of Scots pronounced guilty in the Star Chamber (57 words)

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At her trial for treason in the Star Chamber, presided over by the Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas Bromley, Mary Queen of Scots is found guilty of conspiring in the assassination of Queen Elizabeth I. Even then, however, Elizabeth hesitated for several months before eventually signing the death warrant for her execution, on 4th February the following year.

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Editors. "Mary Queen of Scots pronounced guilty in the Star Chamber". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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