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玛丽一世(1553~1558在位)成长于欧洲宗教改革的汹涌大潮之中,其时英国也成为天主教和新教进行殊死搏杀的场所。她的母亲凯瑟琳是一位笃信天主教的西班牙公主,而她的父亲亨利八世为了达到与她母亲离婚的目的,不惜背叛天主教,与罗马教皇决裂,并在国内扶持新教,迫害天主教徒。也许由于上述的成长...





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【整理】         血腥玛丽-4                        by    lurker2006

 

As Edward VI, is lying dying, he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent asunder, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that sort of Stalin-like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby. She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiance and to punish those who’d made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she cemented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little crestfallen,  shall we say, at the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept a foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

 

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Stalin: 斯大林(Joseph Stalin,1879-1953,前苏联政治家列宁的继承人,曾担任前苏联共产党总书记[1922-1953],苏联总理[1941-1953])

 

allegiance :  Your allegiance is your support for and loyalty to a particular group, person, or belief.

 

cement:   Something that cements a relationship or agreement makes it stronger.

 

crestfallen: If you look crestfallen, you look sad and disappointed about something.


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As April 6th,he is lying,dying.He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis.It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to throne.Mary,as we known,has battled against Edward to retain Mass in her own household.So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone,the temple being run to sander,Catholicism being returned to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne.Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury,Thomas Cranmer,Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne.She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well,it was actually blood.They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan:I'm Henry VIII's daughter,Jane isn't.And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion.She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever,because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics.Both sides rallied to their source,stunning like memory of Henry,the power of the old king.And that's was got her to London in / 4th night.


In July 1553,Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Winchester Abbey.


She was determined to restore the Catholic religion and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery.The same year she surmounted her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of lines with King Philip II of Spain.


Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say.At the thought of marrying Mary,she was older ,she was notoriously not much fun.
She marries at the age of 37,she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.


For the protestant nobility,it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept foreign Catholic King.Wthin months of taking the throne,a large scale of Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary.She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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As April 6th, he is lying, dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come through the throne. Mary, as we known, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being run to sander, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to their source, stunning like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's was got her to London in, under a fortnight.


In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westmont S.


She was determined to restore the Catholic a legions and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she segmented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of lines with King Philip II of Spain.


Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say. At the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun.
She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.


For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale /of/ Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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As Edwards's faith is lying down,he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary as we know has battled against Edwards to return the mass in her own household ,so despairs little Protestant even jelercal king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent in thunder. Catholic is returning to the England. And so he knows it was a plot.

 

Edwards's advisers propose Mary's Protestant cousin Lady Jane Gree as heir to the throne. Supported by the archbishop of Kantigre  ,Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days,before Mary who had one most supportor in London,took the throne.She wasn't going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by. 

 

So what may people want Mary and not queen Jane?Well it was actually blood. They wanted Henery VIII's blood,and that was Mary's slogan "I 'm Henery VIII 's daughter, Jane isn't." And the interesting thing is that Mary didn't mention religion, she didn't say a thing about religion. And that was quite deliberate ,and quite clever. Because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics.Both sides rally to that sort of starling like memory of Henery the power of the old king and that 's what has got her to London in ,under fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Jude was 37 years old when she was crowned queen of all England at western Masteriwei. she was determined to restore the Catholic religions and punish those who made her last 25 years of misery. The same year, she determined her ties to Catholic  in Europe in a marriage of lance with the king Phlip the second of Spain.

 

Phlip must have being a little crest forward I would see. That plot marrying Mary, she was older, she was no choice and not very much fun.

 

She married at the age of 37 ,she hasn't married by that time and I think that screwed her up considerably as well.

 

For the Protestant's ability ,it was hard to accept a female Catholic queen.But it is possible to accept a forward Catholic king. Within the month of taking her throne, a large scale Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary, she decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

  

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As April 6th, he is lying,dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to throne. Mary, as we known, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent to sander*, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary, who had won the support of London, took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter,J ane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that so starlinglike memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, uh, on the 4th night.

 

In July 1553,Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abbey. She was determined to restore the Catholic religion and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she surmounted her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of lines with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little Christ felon, should we say. At the thought of marrying Mary, she was older, she was notoriously not much fun.

 

She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept foreign Catholic King. Wthin months of taking the throne, a large scale of Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

 

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As Edward VI,  is lying, dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come through the throne. Mary, as we known, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being run to sander, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

 Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to their source, stunning like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's was got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby威斯敏斯特教堂(英国名人墓地). She was determined to restore the Catholic religions and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she segmented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of lines with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say. At the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well. For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale /of/ Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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As Edward VI, is lying, dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come with the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rented to sunder( or thunder??), Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is / Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that thought, stunning like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby威斯敏斯特教堂(英国名人墓地). She was determined to restore the Catholic legions and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she surmounted her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of lines with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say. At the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but it was possible to accept a foreign (forward?) Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale / Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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  As April 6th, he’s lying, dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary who comes to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the mass in her own household. So this pious, little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work be undone: the temple being run to sander, Catholicism returning to England, and so, he inaugurates a plot.

 

   Edward’s advisers proposed Mary’s protestant cousin lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranben, lady Jane ruled for only nine days before Mary, who had one supporter of London took the throne.

 

  She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

  So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood, they wanted Henery VIII’s blood. And that was Mary’s slogan: I am Henery VIII’s daughter. Jane isn’t. An interesting thing is that Mary didn’t mention religion. She didn’t say a thing about religion, and that was quite deliberate, quite clever. Because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that source, stunning like memory of Henery, the power of the old king, and that was what got her to London in, under fortnight.

 

  In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned queen of Old England at Westminster Abbey.

 

  She was determine to restore the Catholic legends and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. In the same year, she segmented her ties to Catholic Europe in the marriage of lines with king Philip II of Spain.

 

  Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say, as a thought of marring Mary, she was older, she was notoriously not much fun.

 

 She married at the age of 37, she’s an old maid by that time. And I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

 For the Protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic queen, but it possible to accept a foreign Catholic king.

 

 Within months of taking the throne, a large-scale protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her catholic justice would be.

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As Edward VI, is lying, dying. He is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for hit the succession is for Mary to come with the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being run to sunder, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that source, stunning like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby威斯敏斯特教堂(英国名人墓地). She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiants and to punish those who’d made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she submitted her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little Christ fallen should we say. At the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but / / impossible to accept a foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale / Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

 

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As Edward VI, is lying dying, he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent asunder, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that so Stalin-like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby威斯敏斯特教堂(英国名人墓地). She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiance and to punish those who’d made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she cemented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little crestfallen,  shall we say, at the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept a foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

 

 

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As Edward VI, is lying dying, he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent asunder, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that sort of Stalin-like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby. She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiance and to punish those who’d made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she cemented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little crestfallen,  shall we say, at the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept a foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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As Edward VI, is lying dying, he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent asunder, Catholicism returning to England and so he inaugurates a plot.

 

Edward's advisers proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

 

So what made people want Mary and not Queen Jane? Well, it was actually blood. They wanted Henry VIII's blood and that was Mary's slogan: I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is that Mary did not mention religion. She didn't say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because she was being supported now by Protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that thought of staling-like memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that's what got her to London in, under a fortnight.

 

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned Queen of all England at Westminster Abby. She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiance and to punish those who’d made her last 25 years a misery. The same year she cemented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

 

Philip must have been a little crestfallen,  shall we say, at the thought of marrying Mary, she was older; she was notoriously not much fun. She marries at the age of 37, she is an old maid by that time and I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

 

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic Queen but impossible to accept a foreign Catholic King. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale Protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.

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As Edward is lying dying, he’s fully aware that he’s facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession has only become Mary’s throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to return the mess in her household So this parlous, little protestant, evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rendered to sander, Catholics returning to England. And so he knew it was a plot. Edward advised, proposed Mary’s cousin lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne, supported by archbishop of Canterbury Thomas. Lady Jane Grey had ruled for only nine days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let go of her only chance to rule pass her by. So what may people want Mary instead of queen Jane? Actually, it’s the blood. They want Henry 8th’s blood and it’s Mary’s slogan: I’m Henry’s daughter and Jane isn’t. The interesting thing is Mary did not mention religion. She didn’t say a thing about religion and that was quite deliberate and quite clever, because now she was supported by protestant as well as catholic. Both sides rallied to their sources as a memory of Henry, the power of the old king. And that’s what had got Mary to London under in fortnight. In July 1553, Mary Chutter was thirty-seven years old when she was crowned as queen of all England as western..? She was determined to restore catholic religion and punish those who made her last twenty years a misery. The same year, she cemented her ties to catholic cu? with marriage alliance with prince Philip the second in Spain. Philip must have been a little stressful,? at the thought of marrying Mary. She was older. She was notoriously, not much fun. Mary is at the age of thirty-seven. She is old maid by that time. And I think that screwed her up quite considerable as well. For the protestant’s ability, it was quite hard for them to accept a catholic queen but impossible to follow a catholic queen. Within months of her taking throne, a large scale of protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She was determined to show her enemy how swift her Catholic’s justice would be.
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As Edward VI is lying dying, he is fully aware that he is facing a crisis. It looks strongly as if the only option for his succession is for Mary to come to the throne. Mary, as we know, has battled against Edward to retain the Mass in her own household. So this pious little protestant evangelical king is faced with all his work being undone, the temple being rent asunder, Catholicism returning to England. And so he inaugurates a plot.
Edward's advisors proposed Mary's protestant cousin Lady Jane Grey as heir to the throne. Supported by the archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranmer, Lady Jane ruled for only 9 days before Mary who had won the support of London took the throne. She was not going to let her one and only chance to rule pass her by.

So what made people want Mary and not queen Jane, well it was actually blood, they wanted the Henry VIII's blood, and that was Mary's slogan, I'm Henry VIII's daughter, Jane isn't. And the interesting thing is, Mary did not mention religion, she didn't say a thing about religion. And that was quite deliberate and quite clever. because she was  being supported now by protestants as well as Catholics. Both sides rallied to that sort of Stalin-like memory of Henry, the power of the old king, and that's what got her London in and under fortnight.

In July 1553, Mary Tudor was 37 years old when she was crowned queen of all England at Westminster Abbey. She was determined to restore the Catholic allegiance, and to punish those who made her last 25 years a misery. The same year, she cemented her ties to Catholic Europe in a marriage of alliance with King Philip II of Spain.

Philip must have been a little crestfallen, shall we say, at the thought of marrying Mary she was older. She was notoriously not much fun.

She married at the age of 37. She's an old maid by that time. And I think that screwed her up quite considerably as well.

For the protestant nobility, it was hard to accept a female Catholic queen, but impossible to accept a foreign Catholic king. Within months of taking the throne, a large scale protestant rebellion was crushed by Mary. She decided to show her enemies how swift her Catholic justice would be.
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