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Old January 10th, 2014, 03:28 AM   #11
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Correct Gushel but Charles(born Dunfermline ,Fife ,Scotland 1600) was a Scottish Stewart -a dynasty that atracted personal disaster like the 20th century Kennedy dynasty did in the USA .t
How many of Charles 1st Scottish Stewart Kingly predecesoors died with their boots off in bed?-precious few.
One was killed when one of his cannons exploded; another was murdered by rebelliious nobles; one was slaughtered at Flodden. Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded.
Charles's weakness and vanity were part of the genetic territory of the Scottish Stewart monarchs.
A tricky country to govern Pedennis, overmighty subjects were aye a problem for the Stewarts/Stuarts, James VI though claimed that he did with his pen what his ancestors couldn't manage with the sword.
Charles was a bit of a hothouse plant, his brother Henry, named after Darnley? (who was a pillock par excellence) was more in the swashbuckling mode, his early death left Charles king.
Ye know yersel, Fifers are aye trouble!

Gushel.

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