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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] In “Mary, Mary, quite contrary,” how does her garden grow?

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...“...And pretty maids all in a row.” This simple rhyme dates back to the 1744 “Pretty Song Book” and is almost definitely about royalty. However, historians aren’t sure WHICH Mary it’s about. It could be about Mary Queen of Scots, or Mary I of England, also known as “Bloody Mary.” To further complicate the matter, both women were alive during the same time in the 16th century.




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With silver bells and cockleshells:


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