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The Daughter of Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twelve Summary

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Chapter Twelve Summary

Grant realizes he has inadvertently taken sides and decides on a different approach. Playing prosecutor, he realizes Richard did not reward Stillington in any way for revealing the story of Edward's earlier marriage. He still cannot understand Henry VII's urgent need to destroy the information. Alan decides to put Richard Plantagenet aside and read something else. He sends the family tree of the Nevilles to Brent and proceeds to read his other books, but Brent arrives for another visit.

Carradine reads Grant's cousin Laura's letter about the Scottish martyrs, and Grant tells him that the women, who were covenanters, were the equivalents of the I.R.A. in Ireland, bloodthirsty and funded by Holland. They were not looking for freedom of worship, but wanted to impose their method of church government on Scotland and England. Carradine imagines that the "dragoons" or Scottish police, were considered...

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