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Nine volumes, for the period 1547-88.

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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 11547-63

Joseph Bain (editor) (1898)
Covers the period of the government of Arran, the regency of Mary of Lorraine, and the beginning of the Scottish Reformation in 1560.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 21563-69

Joseph Bain (editor) (1900)
Covers six of the most eventful years in the relationship between Elizabeth I of England and Mary Queen of Scots, including Mary's marriage to Darnley.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 31569-71

William K. Boyd (editor) (1903)
Covers the period of negotiation between Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots, from November 1569 until September 1571.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 41571-74

William K. Boyd (editor) (1905)
Covers events up until the end of June 1574, including the beginning of Mary Queen of Scots' confinement to Sheffield Castle.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 51574-81

William K. Boyd (editor) (1907)
Covers the assumption of full power by James VI, and the end of the regency of the earl of Morton.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 61581-83

William K. Boyd (editor) (1910)
Covers the period of the trial and execution of James Douglas, earl of Morton, and the Ruthven raid of August 1582.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 71584-85

William K. Boyd (editor) (1913)
Covers in detail the further detention of Mary Queen of Scots.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 81585-86

William K. Boyd (editor) (1914)
Covers the period from July 1585 to September 1586, which included the signing of the Treaty of Berwick.
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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: volume 91586-88

William K. Boyd (editor) (1915)
Covers the period of the trial and execution of Mary Queen of Scots.
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