Scotland Parliament 1621 : The course of conformitie : as it hath proceeded, is concluded, should be refused.; Scott, William,
Scotland Parliament Answer Of The Commissioners Of The Kingdom Of Scotland : A declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, : concerning the papers of the Scots commissioners, entituled, The answer of the commissioners of the kingdom of Scotland to both Houses of Parliament, upon the new propositions of peace, and the four bills to be sent to His Majesty : and concerning the proceedings of the said commissioners in the Isle of Wight.; England and Wales.
Scotland Parliament Proceedings 1693 : Papers relating to a bank of credit upon land security : proposed to the Parliament of Scotland. By Dr. Hugh Chamberlen. Published by order of the committee, to which the consideration of the proposal is referred. Advertisement. The following proposal, with the objections, answers, and other papers relating thereunto, having been considered by the committee of Parliament, were ordered to be printed: to the end, that all persons, who have any other objections to make, might give in the same to the clerk of the committee, against their next meeting: Which is to be upon the 18 day of this instant July 1693.; Chamberlen, Hugh.
Scotland Parliament Scots Commissioners Answer To His Majesties Quaeres : A bitte to stay the stomacks of good subiects, or, A suddaine and short vindication of the Scotts Commissioners papers intituled, The answer of the Commissioners of the kingdome of Scotland, &c. from the imputations laid upon them, in the declaration of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, concerning the papers of the Scots Commissioners, &c. Martij 13 / by A.H., Scoto-Britan.; A. H.,
Scotland Poetry 17th Century : A song for this sad times; : composed by one of the now many wanderers, when much separated from the society of men, and somewhat incommodat for other works to divert him from vain ravings, and for to humble and recreat his own spirit. / By Mr. Jo. Castairs, Minister of the Gospel at Glasgow, when under imprisonment.; Carstairs, John,
Scotland Politics And Government 1625 1649 Humour Early Works To : Mercurius Calidonius presenting in a continued diurnall : (vvhat is rare, especially from a state of such serious reservancy, and cautious secresie.) A true and perfect relation of all such speeches, disputes, debates, occurrents, and remarkable passages, as have either been delivered, argued, discussed, or occasionally occurred, since this present sessions at Edenburgh.