From BBC News:
The last letter ever written by Mary Queen of Scots is to go on display for the first time in 30 years.
The 422-year-old manuscript - written six hours before her execution - will go on show at the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh on 15 September.
The letter, which will be displayed for seven days, was written on 8 February, 1587 to the King of France, Henri III.
The Catholic Queen told her brother-in-law she would die a religious martyr and not for purely political reasons.
King Henri III was the brother of her late husband, Francois II.
The letter revealed that, just hours from death, Mary asked Henri to ensure her servants' wages were paid.