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y had left the Kingdom absolutely defenceless. On paper, Sir John Norris, under the orders of Leicester, had 28,000 men. In reality, he never had 4,000. On paper, Elizabeth had a body guard of 36,0hat she has borne heretofore. Another character, dear to romance and history, the Earl of Leicester--Amy Robert's Leicester — is placed in a new light by Mr. Motley. We suspect that the story onLeicester — is placed in a new light by Mr. Motley. We suspect that the story on which Sir Walter Scott's famous novel is founded is a e from beginning to end. We do not believe Leicester ever had any hand in murdering his wife. With that the history has nothing to do. It dealsLeicester ever had any hand in murdering his wife. With that the history has nothing to do. It deals only with his character of commander-in-chief in the low countries, and there it is certain that Elizabeth herself was to blame for all the failures of the English army. Her avarice ruined all. LeiLeicester had to bear his own expenses, which were enormous. She advanced him money to expend in her own service, and took a mortgage on his estate for the amount. She ended by reducing him to the ver