Buchanan's history of Scotland

Publication Date1734
RemainderContaining, I. A detection of the actions of Mary Queen of Scots, concerning the murder of her husband, her conspiracy, adultery, and pretended marriage with Earl Bothwel, and a defence of the true Lords, maintainers of the King's Majesty's action and authority. II. De jure Regni apud Scotos: or, A discourse concerning the due priviledge of government, in the kingdom of Scotland. To which is added, the genealogy of all the Kings of Scotland, their lives, the years of their coronation, the time of their reign, the year of their death, and manner thereof, with the place of their burial, from Fergus I. who began to reign in the year of the world 3641, before the coming of our Saviour Jesus Christ 330 years, to the reign of James VI. of that name, King of Scots, and the 1st of England. With the oath of a Duke, Earl, Lord of Parliament, and Knight of Scotland. Adorn'd with a curious cut
PublisherPrinted for J. Clark and T. Hatchet, at the Royal Exchange; R. Ford and J. Gray in the Poultry; C. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-yard; J. Osborn at the Golden-Ball in Pater-Noster-Row; A. Millar at Buchanan's Head against St. Clement's Church in the strand; A. Lyon in Russel-street, Covent-Garden; J. Brindley in New Bond-street; J. Jackson by St. James's; J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall; and O. Payne in Round Court



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