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MARY was perhaps the most beautiful of any queen with her winning manners and polite accomplishments. She was the daughter of James V. of Scotland and Mary of Lorraine. Her father heard of her birth on his death-bed. He had hoped his heir would be a son. Her early years were passed amid the gaieties and splendors of the French court. When she was only sixteen she was married to the Dauphin whose company she had long enjoyed. They were delighted even to be with each other. In society they would often separate themselves from the rest of the gay throngs around them.

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