Unknown to History

by Charlotte M. Yonge

Description:  In the spring of 1568, a babe was plucked from the wreckage of a vessel off the coast of England by Master Talbot, a captain in Queen Elizabeth's service. He and his wife adopt the young lass to replace a daughter of their own so recently lost. The small gold cross and scroll of unusual writing found among her swaddling clothes, together with the marks branded on her shoulder blades, indicate she is no usual babe. The Talbots christen her Cicely and raise her as their own until the imprisoned Mary Queen of Scots takes a fancy to her. Follow the fortunes of Mary and Cicely as their destinies intertwine, accompanied by lots of intrigue, deceit, and questions of identity in this fictional narrative.

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Ages:  10-14
Format:  Ebook
Illustrations:  None
Year published:  2013
ISBN:  978-1-59915-845-7
Genres:  World History, Historical Fiction

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Table of Contents

1. The Little Waif
2. Evil Tidings
3. The Captive
4. The Oak and the Oaken Hall
5. The Huckstering Woman
6. The Bewitched Whistle
7. The Blast of the Whistle
8. The Key of the Cipher
9. Unquiet
10. The Lady Arbell
11. Queen Mary's Presence Chamber
12. A Furious Letter
13. Beads and Bracelets
14. The Monograms
15. Mother and Child
16. The Peak Cavern
17. The Ebbing Well
18. Cis or Sister
19. The Clash of Swords
20. Wingfield Manor
21. A Tangle
22. Tutbury
23. The Love Token

24. A Lioness at Bay
25. Paul's Walk
26. In the Web
27. The Castle Well
28. Hunting Down the Deer
29. The Search
30. Tête-à-Tête
31. Evidence
32. Westminster Hall
33. In the Tower
34. Fotheringhay
35. Before the Commissioners
36. A Venture
37. My Lady's Remorse
38. Master Talbot and His Charge
39. The Fetterlock Court
40. The Sentence
41. Her Royal Highness
42. The Supplication
43. The Warrant
44. On the Humber
45. Ten Years After

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