Scotland Army History Early Works To 1800 : Strange news, or perfect occurrences from Scotland, : communicating the proceedings and randezvouz of the Scots army, the declaration and design of the Duke of Buckingham, Col. Massey, and the Lord Wentworth, against the English. A great and precedent examplary fight near Edenborough. The total routing of the Scots army, 10000 slain upon the place, 1500 Earls, Lrods, Knights, gentlemen, and others taken prisoners; amongst the rest the Earl of Huntley; the pursuing of the Scots for 5. hours space, doing great execution, so that the river of Esk ran with blood: Together, with the life and death of the most renouned and valiant souldier, Thomas Lord Cromwel.
Scotland Church History 17th Century Sources Early Works To 1800 : By the King, a proclamation. James R. James the Seventh, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all and sundry our good subjects whom these presents do or may concern, greeting. Whereas by our royal proclamation of the date the 12th day of February 1686/7. : ... to grant our royal toleration to the professors of the christian religion therein named; ...; England and Wales.
Scotland Church History 18th Century Sources : The McCulloch examinations of the Cambuslang revival (1742) : a critical edition : conversion narratives from the Scottish Evangelical awakening / edited by Keith Edward Beebe.
Scotland Church History To 1500 Early Works To 1800 : The idæa of a perfect princesse : in the life of St. Margaret Queen of Scotland. With elogiums on her children, David, and Mathilda Queen of England. Written originally in French, and now Englished. Whereunto is annexed a postscript, clearing proving, against the false pretences of the phanaticks, his Majesties just right and title to the crown of England, and to his other dominions, before the conquest. Never before published.; Leslie, William Lewis.
Scotland Colonies Administration Early Works To 1800 : Caledonia. The declaration of the council constituted by the Indian and African Company of Scotland; : for the government and direction of their colonies, and settlements in the Indies.; Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies.
Scotland Commerce East Indies Early Works To 1800 : The last national address presented to his Majesty at Hampton-Court, the 16th. day of November 1700 : by the right honourable the Lord Yester, Sir John Pringle of Stitchell and Sir Peter Wedderburn of Gosford baronets, commissioners appointed for that end.; Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies.