Memoirs of the Affairs of Scotland. Containing a Full and Impartial Account of the Revolution in That Kingdom in the Year MDLXVII. by David Crawfurd ... the Third Edition. to Which Is Added, the Earl of Morton's Confession
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In fact, a version of 'The historie and life of King James the Sext' by John Colville. A reissue of the 1753 Edinburgh 2nd ed. with the substitution of a bifolium comprising titlepage and advertisement leaf for the original titlepage. The appendix has s
Edinburgh: printed for Drummond, and sold by him and the other booksellers in Scotland. Sold also at London by W. Owen, T. Longman, T. Becket, D. Wilson, and T. Cadell, 1767. , iv-lxxix, ,336;26p.; 12