Scotland High Court Of Justiciary : The Scotish inquisition, or, A short account of the proceedings of the Scotish Privy-Counsel, Judiciary Court, and those commissionated by them : whereby the consciences of good men have been tortured, the peace of the nation these several years past exceedingly disturbed, and multitudes of innocent people cruelly oppressed, and inhumanely murdered.
Scotland Historical Geography Early Works To 1800 : Advertisement : Whereas his sacred Majesty, by his patent, hath constituted Sir Robert Sibbald, one of his physicians in ordinary, his geographer for his kingdom of Scotland, and commandeth and ordaineth him to publish the description of the Scotia antiqua & Scotia moderna, and the natural history of the products of his ancient kingdom of Scotland...; Sibbald, Robert,
Scotland History 15th Century : The history of Scotland, from the year 1423 until the year 1542 : containing the lives and reigns of James the I, the II, the III, the IV, the V : with several memorials of state, during the reigns of James VI & Charls I / by William Drummond ...; Drummond, William,
Scotland History 17th Century Sermons : Tandem bona causa triumphet, or, Scotlands late misery bewailed, and the honour and loyalty of this ancient kingdom, asserted : in a sermon preached before His Majesties High Commissioner, and the Honourable Parliament of the kingdom of Scotland, at Edinburgh the 17 day of February, 1661 / by Mr. John Paterson, Minister of the Gospel at Aberdene.; Paterson, John,
Scotland History 17th Century Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Tandem bona causa triumphat. : Or Scotlands late misery bewailed; and the honour and loyalty of this antient kingdom, asserted in a sermon, preached before His Majesties High Commissioner, and the Honourable Parliament of the kingdom of Scotland. At Edinburgh the 17. day of February. 1661. / By Mr. John Paterson, Minister of the Gospel at Aberdene.; Paterson, John,
Scotland History 1625 1649 Sources : Edinburgh, 22. September. 1648. : Whereas divers persons in the iles and highlands of this kingdome, under pretence of commissions issued to the captains and cheiffs of clanns by the Duke of Hamiltoune...; Scotland.
Scotland History 1640 1660 Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the Committee of Estates of the kingdome of Scotland. Against the forces of their new King Charles the second, or, any other forces in rebellion against them. : And al [sic] those that come not within 20 days their wives, children and families to be put out of the protection of that kingdome and sent away to forreigne parts Edenburgh 4 May. 1949 [sic]. It is ordered by the Committee of States that these presents be printed and published at the Market Crosse of Edenburgh, Glasgow, Sterling, Perth and Aberden. Tho. Henderson. Also heads collected out of severall letters from Scotland of speciall and remarkeable newes.; Scotland.
Scotland History 1649 1660 Pamphlets : A declaration from His Majestie the King of Scots : wherein is declared how the army shall be fully satisfied all their arrears with a large overplus, together with an assurance of indempnity to all that have been engaged and and active in any the late wars, that all armies shall be disbanded, and his goverament always regulated by a free and full parliament triennially called, and the people secured of their liberties and eased of their illegal burthens and taxes, also A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Lambert from a lover of peace and truth being a most faithful advice how to chuse the safest way to the happy ending of all our distractions.; Scotland.
Scotland History 1649 1660 Poetry : On the death of the most sadly, ever to be deplored, most illustrious, Right Honourable, James Lord Marquess of Montrose, &c. : Funeral elegie.; Murray, Mungo,
Scotland History 1649 1660 Poetry Early Works To 1800 : Ane brief explanation of the life, or A prophicy [sic] of the death of the Marquis of Argyle, : with diverse verses thereupon. Containing the most remarkable, and historical passages of the time, and is to be added to Bibliotheca militum / composed in Scottish rhyme by C.C. his Lordship's servitor, and is to be sung according to Old gray steel.; C. C.