The marriage between Marie - the daughter of Guise - and Francis de Valois was to create a strong bond, at the same time responding to the need to surround Henry II of England. In Scotland, Mary of Guise, who tried to tame the wave of the Scottish Reformation, was glad to get in-law run the future king of France. A significant number of Scottish Lords rejected her authority and signed the first contract (bond). Later, they will be known as the Protestant Lords of the Congregation. Although Mary of Guise was able to cope with the situation, there are growing signs of origin of the alternative, Protestant governments. It is still in its infancy, and its spiritual leader John Knox arrived in Dieppe, only to again sent into exile - in Geneva, to Jean Calvin; he was told that the time for his return has not yet come.
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