Lady Jane Grey A grandniece of Henry VIII of England Jane reigned as uncrowned Queen of England for nine days in July Though Janes accession to the throne may have breached the laws of England many powers of the land proved willing to accept her as Queen even if only as part of a power struggle to stop Henrys eldest daughter Princess Mary a Roman Catholic from ascending to the throne Janes brief rule ended however when the authorities revoked her proclamation as Queen Marys subsequent regime eventually had her executed for treason Lady Jane had a reputation as one of the most learned women of her day and the historical writer Alison Weir describes her as one of the finest female minds of the century From Portraits of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain by Edmund Lodge published by Harding and Lepard London
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