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" Scotland took place upon the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne as James I, the cross of St. "
Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge - Page 366
1892
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macmillan's magazine

david masson - 1864
...had hanged herself in prison. All this and much more of the same sort occurred but a few years before the accession of James VI. of Scotland to the English throne as James I. ; and it is a speculation of Mr. Charles Knight that if — as he sees ground for believing — Shakespeare...
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MacMillan's Magazine, 9. köide

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1864
...had hanged herself in prison. All this and much more of the same sort occurred but a few years before the accession of James VI. of Scotland to the English throne as James I. ; and it is a speculation of Mr. Charles Knight that if — as he sees ground for believing — Shakaspeare...
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Notes and Queries

1866
...Isle of May, or Norwegian rovers. It is one of the numerous er pott facto predictions which appeared on the accession of James VI. of Scotland to the English throne. Bacon's version is inaccurate, having been most robably taken down from oral recitation, and printed...
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Institutes of Common and Statute Law, 1. köide

John Barbee Minor - 1876
...incorporated with that of England. (1 Bl. Com. 94-'5; 3 Stcph. Cora. 455, n (f).) 2b. Scotland. Upon the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne (as James I of England), AD 1602, there was an union of crowns, but they continued distinct kingdoms until 6 Anne...
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Dictionary of National Biography, 5. köide

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1886
...feelings which her pitiable fate aroused in her devoted adherents. In 1606 Blackwood published a poem on the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne, entitled ' Inauguratio Jacobi Magnie Britanniie Regis,' Paris, 1606. He was also the author of pious...
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The National Geographic Magazine, 32. köide

1918
...(831), and St. Patrick (832). When the union of the two crowns of England and Scotland took place upon the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne as James I, the cross of St. Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, and that of St. George, the patron saint of...
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Encyclop¿dia Britannica: Americanized Encyclop¿dia Britannica, 10. köide

1890
...even after all the storms of tht Revolution, in the so-called " Petite Eglise." UNION. The crownsof England and Scotland were united under one sovereign...1603; but for above a century longer each country con. tinued to be ruled by its respective parliament, the interest of the one often coming into collision...
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History of the English Language

Thomas Raynesford Lounsbury - 1894 - 505 lehte
...peoples remained under separate governments ; but the union of the crowns by the accession, in 1603, of James VI. of Scotland to the English throne as James I., caused the tongue of the smaller country to lose its independent position. After that date it came...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: Swastika to Zyrianovsk and index

1896
...NONCONFORMISTS, and works cited under the first two articles. VnigCnitUS. See JANSEN, GALLICAN CHURCH. Union. The crowns of England and Scotland were united under...respective parliament, the interest of the one often coining into collision with that of the other. After various fruitless proposals for a closer connection...
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The Columbian Cyclopedia, 30. köide

1897
...incorporation of England and Scotland, 1707, and of Ireland with both, 1801, for legislative purposes. The crowns of England and Scotland were united under...VI. of Scotland to the English throne as James I. 1603; each country, however, continuing to be governed by laws enacted by its respective parliament,...
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