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Scotland History 1649 1660 Sources   11
Scotland History 1660 1685 : Acts. 1673.; Scotland.  1674 1
Scotland History 1660 1685 Sources : Act anent religion, and the test. : At Edinburgh, the last day of August, one thousand six hundred eighty and one.; Scotland.  1681 1
Scotland History 1660 1688   72
Scotland History 1660 1688 Early Works To 1800   120
Scotland History 1660 1688 Humour Early Works To 1800   2
Scotland History 1660 1688 Periodicals : Mercurius Caledonius (London, England : 1661)  1661 1
Scotland History 1660 1688 Poetry   4
Scotland History 1660 1688 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : The speech of a fyfe laird, : newly come from grave [sic].; P. M.  1680 1
Scotland History 1660 1688 Sources   25
Scotland History 1689 1702 Sources   5
Scotland History 1689 1745   50
Scotland History 1689 1745 Early Works To 1800   60
Scotland History 1689 1745 Periodicals : The Echo, or, Edinburgh weekly journal [electronic resource].    1
Scotland History 1689 1745 Poetry : The memorable battle fought at Killy Crankie. : By Chief Clavers and his highland men. To the tune call'd, Killy Cranky.  1689 1
Scotland History 1689 1745 Poetry Early Works To 1800   2
Scotland History 1689 1745 Sources   12
Scotland History 1689 1745 Sources Early Works To 1800 : A collection of papers relating to the calling and holding the Convention of Estates of England, at Westminster upon the 22d. of January 1688[/]9. and the meeting of the Estates of Scotland at Edinburgh the 14 of March 1689. and to the procedures in the conveyances of the crowns of Great Britain : To which is prefixed an index of the said papers.  1689 1
Scotland History Alexander Ii 1214 1249 : The reign of Alexander II, 1214-49 / edited by Richard D. Oram.  2005 1
Scotland History Alexander Iii 1249 1286   2
Scotland History Bibliography : Scottish texts and calendars : an analytical guide to serial publications / by David and Wendy B. Stevenson.; Stevenson, David,  1987 1
Scotland History Bothwell Bridge Battle Of 1679 Early Works To 1800   2
Scotland History Charles 1 1625 1649 Sources : The declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in the Parliament of England to the subjects of Scotland : with His Maiesties message to the Lords of His Privy Counsell of Scotland upon that occasion.; England and Wales.  1642 1
Scotland History Charles 1625 1649 Early Works To 1800 : A new declaration set forth by the Lord Gen. Hamilton : wherein is declared, the full resolution of the officers and souldiers in the Scottish army, to the Presbyterians of England, and their resolution to settle the Kings Majesty in his royal throne, and to make him as glorious a prince as ever reigned in Europe. Likewise, the propositions of Sir Marmaduke Langdale, to the Lord Generall, concerning the uniting of the two armies, and a declaration touching the Presbyterians, and the Royalists. Presented to Duke Hamilton upon his entring into England, and the proceedings of the Scottish army thereupon. Also, another army advancing out of Scotland, under the command of Gen. Monroe. And a great fight neer Carlisle, between the two armies, and the number killed and taken.; Hamilton, James Hamilton,  1648 1
Scotland History Charles I 1600 1649 Early Works To 1800 : Letters from Lieutenant General Crumwels quarters. : His march from Barwicke to the City of Edenburgh, with the Marquesse of Arguile. And the transactions of the treaty in Scotland. With letters to his Excellency the Lord Generall Fairfax, concerning the great petition comming from the north, to the Parliament of England. And the state of the whole agreement in Scotland. Also the surrender of Barwick and Carlisle.  1648 1
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649   102
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Early Works To 1800   266
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Pamphlets   2
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Periodicals   13
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Poetry   3
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Poetry Early Works To 1800   8
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Sources   31
Scotland History Charles I 1625 1649 Sources Early Works To 180   12
Scotland History Charles I 1635 1649 Early Works To 1800 : Tvvo petitions, lately presented by noblemen, barons, gentlemen, burgesses and ministers, of the kingdome of Scotland. : To the right honourable the commissioners for the conservation of peace betweene the two kingdomes. For pevention [sic] of mis-prisions, jealousies and inconveniences, that might arise by printing His Majesties late letter, to the lords of His Majesties Privie Counsell of Scotland, concerning the Parliament of England.  1643 1
Scotland History Charles I 1642 1649 Early Works To 1800   4
Scotland History Charles I 1642 1649 Periodicals   4
Scotland History Charles Ii 1649 1685 : Laws, etc.; Scotland.  1681 1
Scotland History Charles Ii 1660 1688 Sources : The speech of His Grace the Earl of Melvil His Majesties high-commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland : Edinburgh, April 15, 1690.; Melville, George Melville,  1690 1
Scotland History Djames Vi 1567 1625 Early Works To 1800 : A discoverie of the unnaturall and traiterous conspiracie of Scottisch Papistes : against God, his kirk, their natiue cuntry, the kingis Maiesties persone and estate. Set downe as it was confessed and subscrived bee M. George Ker, yet remaining in prison, and David Grahame of Fentrie, iustly executed for his treason in Edinburgh, the 15. of Februarie 1592. Wherevnto are annexed, certaine intercepted letters, written by sundrie of that faction, to the same purpose. Printed and published at the speciall command of the kingis Majestie.; Ker, George.  1626 1
Scotland History Early Works To 1800   13
Scotland History Jacobite Rebellion 1745 1746 Newspapers Early Work : The Penny London post, or, The morning advertiser [electronic resource].  1751 1
Scotland History James 1567 1625 Early Works To 1800   4
Scotland History James Iv 1488 1513 : Flodden feilde.  1664 1
Scotland History James V 1513 1542 Sources : Iohn Arm-strong's last good-night. : Declaring how John Arm-strong and his eightscore men fought a bloody bout with a Scottish king at Edenborough. : To a pretty northern tune, called, Fare thou well Giltknock-hall.  1679 1
Scotland History James Vi 1567 1625   26
Scotland History James Vi 1567 1625 Early Works To 1800   28
Scotland History James Vi 1567 1625 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Anakephalaiōsis siue De reductione regnorum Britanniæ ad unum principem, poema : Ad sereniss. potentissimumq[ue] Iacobum Angliæ, Scotiæ, Franciæ, Hiberniæ Regem, Fidei Defensorem, Patrem Patriæ. Per Georgium Thomsonum Andreapolitanum.; Thomson, George,  1604 1
Scotland History James Vi 1567 1625 Sources : Works. Selections (2003); James  c2003 1
Scotland History Local Periodicals : Scottish local history. Issue 71, winter 2007.  2007 1
Scotland History Mary Stuart 1542 1567   11
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