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A short account of Scotland
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A short account of Scotland. Being a description of the nature of that Kingdom, and what the constitution of it is in church and state wherein also of their chief cities and royal boroughs.
Morer, Thomas: : BooksAuthor: Thomas Morer. A Short Account of the Affairs of Scotland | This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.
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Sir) J. Thin, - Culloden, Battle of, Scotland. A short account of the affairs of Scotland in the years, Printed from the original manuscript at Gosford.
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Sir. The account of the life and times of David, Lord Elcho, the eldest son of James the Fifth Earl of Wemyss, from his birth in until his death in is known from his Journal and Narrative.
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The History of Great-Britain, from the first Inhabitants thereof, 'till the Death of Cadwalader ; and of the Kings of Scotland to Eugene V. and also a short Account of the Kings, Dukes, and Earls of Bretagne in which are several Pieces of Taliessin, an antient British Poet, and a Defence of the Antiquity of the Scottish Nation to this is added The Breviary of Britayne, written in latin.
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