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James VI,

king of Scotland: see James IJames I,
1566–1625, king of England (1603–25) and, as James VI, of Scotland (1567–1625). James's reign witnessed the beginnings of English colonization in North America (Jamestown was founded in 1607) and the plantation of Scottish settlers in Ulster.
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, king of England.

James VI

title as king of Scotland of James I of England and Ireland
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James VI and I combined the thrones of Scotland and England for the first time.
The third chapter, "Malcolm in the Middle: James VI and I, George Buchanan and the Divine Right of Kings," switches the focus from Anglo-Irish to Anglo-Scottish relations.
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He had been King James VI of Scotland for 36 years before he succeeded his cousin Elizabeth in 1603 as king of England too, as James I.
Burel perhaps aspired to join the literary circle around James VI, but I doubt whether its subject would have been particularly congenial to the king who celebrated Uranie, the Christian and moral muse of Du Bartas.
In this opening episode, Clare Jackson looks at King James VI's attempts to unite Scotland and England under the umbrella of his two crowns, as James I of England and James VI of Scotland, and to persuade his subjects to feel more British.
After the Reformation, the manse belonged to Alexander Hay, Secretary of State to James VI.
James was killed on the blood-soaked Northumberland field, and 90 years later, the crowns of England and Scotland were united when the Tudor dynasty died with Elizabeth I and James VI of Scotland succeeded her as James I.
James I of England was also James VI of which country?
Mary was buried at Peterborough Cathedral, but when her son James VI became James I of England and Scotland on the death of Elizabeth in 1603, he had her body reburied in a chapel near Elizabeth in Westminster Abbey.
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Neil Oliver explores the different ways in which Mary, Queen of Scots and her son James VI forged political union with England.