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Fri Mar 21 17:14:44 2014 UTClccn-n851164850.00A collection of original papers about the Scots plot : containing ... I. Duke of Athol's memorial to Her Majesty ... II. A letter in ciphers to Colin Campbell ... III. The examinations of Mr. George Bruce and Mr. George Graham about Lord Belhaven ; with remarks upon the whole, and Cunningham of Montgrenan's declaration ... to which is added considerations upon the interest of both kingdoms with relation to the settling of the succession in Scotland0.681.00The Duke of Queensberry and Dover presenting the Act of Union to Queen Ann77746518James_Douglas,_2nd_Duke_of_Queensberryn 851164851594585Douglas, James 1662-1711Douglas, James, Duke of Queensberry, 1662-1711Dover, James Douglas of 1662-1711James, Duke of Queensberry, 1662-1711Queensberry, Duke of (James Douglas), 1662-1711Queensberry, James of 1662-1711lccn-n2008002897McKay, Collinslccn-n81104636ScotlandParliamentlccn-n87911417ScotlandSovereign (1694-1702 : William II)lccn-n80044551WilliamIIIKing of England1650-1702lccn-n88085336ScotlandLord High Commissioner to the Parliamentlccn-nr93005872Drummond, GeorgeKeeper of the tolbooth of Edinburghlccn-n85035265Donaldson, Jamesactive 1697-1713lccn-n84134225England and WalesParliamentlccn-n92027554Lords Commissioners for the Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotlandlccn-n82068147England and WalesQueensberry, James DouglasDuke of1662-1711HistoryCalendarsSourcesScotlandPolitical scienceGreat BritainQueensberry, James Douglas,--Duke of,Scotish Union (1707)NobilityScotland.--ParliamentInternational relationsEnglandSpain--New Caledonia (Colony)FranceScotland--EdinburghPrisonersTollhousesLawLinen industryPropheciesDebts, PublicBroadsidesMarchmont, Patrick Hume,--Earl of,Session lawsManners and customsJacobitesItalyBook auctionsBallantyne, John,Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the IndiesAnne,--Queen of Great Britain,Jacobite Rebellion (1715)LibrariesMelville, George Melville,--Earl of,Tweeddale, John Hay,--Marquis of,CommerceMilitary readinessMary,--of Modena, Queen, consort of James II, King of England,16621711170017011702170317041705170617071770181315643765941.1068HB1512127ocn065322427file17000.84Queensberry, James DouglasThe speech of His Grace James Duke of Queensberry, His Majesties High Commissioner to the Parliament, the 30 of May when adjourned to the 20 of JuneHistoryCalendars1223ocn065321914file17000.88ScotlandThe speech of James Duke of Queensberry, &c., His Majesties high commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the twenty one day of May, 1700. The speech of Patrick Earl of Marchmont, &c., Lord High Chancellor to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday 21. May 17001165ocn013390730book17000.93Queensberry, James DouglasThe speech of James Duke of Queensberry, &c. His Majesties high commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the twenty one day of May, 1700History782ocn509481141file17030.66Queensberry, James DouglasExtract of the Duke of Queenberry's letter to the Queen, dated August 11. 1703644ocn767515551file17000.73Donaldson, JamesOverture regulating the breadth and length of linnen. To His Grace James Duke of Queensberry Marquis of Dumfries-Shire, Earl of Drumlanrick, and Sancher, &c. His Majesty's High Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, and most honourable Estates of Parliament401ocn832927634file16510.76Queensberry, James DouglasA strange and wonderful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a Scotchman;: written by his own hand, and sent to their young King, full of wonder and admiration: wherein he foretels the great things that shall befall his person, this present yea[r] [1]651. VVith a great battel to be fought on the 15. of May next, between the English and the Scots, the event and success thereof 20. Lords to b[e] beheaded, and 20000 horse and foot totally vanquished and subdued, and what [shall] happen upon the obtaining this great victory. Also the S[c]ots Kings dream, the same night, after he was crowned, concerning England, Scotland, and Ireland, and by himself interpreted, and delivered to the Lord of his privie councel; VVith the strange apparation that appeared to him in the said dream, and the Lord Ogleby his speech touching the same. Signed by James Douglas, the authour of these prophetical observations, and licensed according to orderhttp://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html242ocn607016887file16510.70Queensberry, James DouglasA strange and wonderful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a ScotchmanHistory151ocn838378937file16510.47Queensberry, James DouglasA strange and wonderful prophesie of Mr. Douglas a ScotchmanHistory151ocn839205088file17000.47Queensberry, James DouglasThe speech of James Duke of Queensberry, &c : His Majesties high commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the twenty one day of May, 1700History132ocn011284699book17070.95England and WalesThe articles of the union as they pass'd with amendments in the Parliament of Scotland : and ratify'd by the touch of the royal scepter at Edinburgh, January 16, 1707History83ocn669387311com18130.88Queensberry, James DouglasCatalogue of ... the libraries of James the second duke of Queensberry, and the late A.G. Hunter ... sold by auction ... November ... [1813]61ocn015230644book17060.96AnneHer Majestie's most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland : together with His Grace the Lord High Commissioner, and the Lord High Chancellor their speechesHistory31ocn671339652com0.81Queensberry, James DouglasThe speech of James Duke of Queensberry, &c. His Majesties high commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland, on Tuesday the twenty one day of May, 1700http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/text/accesspolicy.html21ocn719865989art17070.56ScotlandThe laws and acts of Parliament, of our most High and Dread sovereign, Anne, By the Grace of God, Queen of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. Holden and begun at Edinburgh, the third day of October 1706. By His Grace James Duke of Queensberry, Marquess of Dumfreis-Shire, Earl of Drumlangrig and Sanquhar, Viscount of Nith, Torthorwald, and Ross, Lord Dowglass of Kinmount, Midlebie and Dornock, &c. Lord Privy Seal of the Kingdom of Scotland, one of the Lords of Her Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, Thesaury and Exchequer, an Extraordinary Lord of Session, and Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter. Her Majesties High Commissioner for holding the same. By Virtue of a Commission under the Great-Seal of this Kingdom. With the special Advice and Consent of the Estates of Parliament. Collected and Extracted from the Registers and Records of Parliament, by Sir James Murray of Philiphaugh, one of the Senators of the College of Justice, Clerk to the Parliament, and to Her Majesties Councils, Exchequer, Registers and RollsHistory22ocn228732109book17000.86ScotlandHis Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland together with the Lord High Commissioner and Lord High Chancellors speechesHistory21ocn607679049book17030.47Lockhart, GeorgeUnto His Grace, James Duke of Queensberry, Her Majesty's High Commissioner, and the most Honourable, the Estates of Parliament, the representation and petition of George Lockhart, merchant in Glasgow, now surveyor of Her Majestie's customs at Prestonpans21ocn607679063book17030.47Cochran, WilliamTo His Grace Her Majesties High Commissioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament, William Cochran of Ferguslie, tacksman of the two poles imposed by two Acts of Parliament in the year 1698, humbly sheweth21ocn719865943art17010.63ScotlandThe laws and acts made in the eight and ninth sessions of the first Parliament of our Most High and Dread soveraign William, By the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith. Holden at Edinburgh the 21 day of May, and thereafter adjourned to the 29 day of October 1700. By his Grace James Duke of Queensberry, Marquis of Drumfries-Shire, Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar, Viscount of Nith, Torthorald and Ross, Lord Dowglas of Kinmount, Midlebie and Dornock, &c. Lord Privy Seal of the Kingdom of Scotland, one of the Lords of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, Thesaury and Exchequer, an Extraordinary Lord of Session, and one of the Gentlemen of His Majesties Bed-Chamber. His Majesties High Commissioner for Holding the same, By Vertue of Two Commissions under His Majesties Great-Seal of this Kingdom. With the special Advice and Consent of the Estates of Parliament. Collected and Extracted from the Registers and Records of Parliament, by Charles Earl of Selkirk, &c. Clerk to His Majesties Council, Exchequer, Registers and Rolls, & cHistory11ocn264934441book17020.81AnneHer Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland : together with His Grace the Lord High Commissioner and Lord High Chancellors speechesHistorySources11ocn719865954art17020.47ScotlandThe laws and acts of Parliament of our most High and Dread Soveraign Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, holden and begun at Edinburgh the ninth day of June 1702 : by warrand of the 17th Act of the 6th Session of the Parliament of King William : by His Grace James Duke of Queensberry, Marquiss of Drumfries-Shire, Earl of Drumlangrig, and Sanquhar, Viscount of Nith, Tothornald and Ross, Lord Douglass of Kinmount, Midlebie and Dornock, &c. Principal Secretary of State for the Kingdom of Scotland, one of the Lords of Her Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, Thesaury and Exchequer, an extraordinary Lord of Session, and Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter : Her Majesties High Commissioner for holding the same : by vertue of a commission under the Great-Seal of this Kingdom : with the special advice and consent of the Estates of ParliamentHistory6022ocn819325574file20080.47McKay, CollinsThe Duke of Queensberry and the union of Scotland and England James Douglas and the Act of Union of 1707HistoryBiography+-+21502495161213ocn065323176com17000.90WilliamHis Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of ScotlandHistorySources964ocn510622804com17000.70Drummond, GeorgeTo His Grace, the Duke of Queensberry, Her Majesty's high commissioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament. The petition of George Drummond keeper of the tolbooth of EdinburghHistory21ocn051739453book19310.47Queensberry, James DouglasMemoires of my Lord Drumlangrig's and his brother Lord William's travells abroad for the space of three yeares beginning Septr 13th 1680 : from a ms. book in the charter room, Drumlangrig CastleManuscripts21ocn731329557com17050.47To His Grace, the Duke of Queensberry, Her Majesty's high commissioner, and the Right Honourable the Estates of Parliament. The petition of George Drummond keeper of the tolbooth of Edinburgh11ocn219762648book1704A collection of original papers about the Scots plot : containing ... I. Duke of Athol's memorial to Her Majesty ... II. A letter in ciphers to Colin Campbell ... III. The examinations of Mr. George Bruce and Mr. George Graham about Lord Belhaven ; with remarks upon the whole, and Cunningham of Montgrenan's declaration ... to which is added considerations upon the interest of both kingdoms with relation to the settling of the succession in ScotlandHistory11ocn767731921book17000.86ScotlandHis Majesties most gracious letter to the Parliament of Scotland together with the Lord High Commissioner and Lord High Chancellors speechesHistory11ocn701828612visu17701.00Grignion, CharlesThe Duke of Queensberry and Dover presenting the Act of Union to Queen Ann11ocn054135763book17011.00Harris, JosephA congratulatory poem most humbly offer'd to His Grace the Duke of Queens-berry, late Lord High Commissioner of Scotland: on his being install'd a knight of the most noble Order of the Garter, at Windsor, on Thursday, July the 10th, 1701Poetry11ocn863386349book18130.47Ballantyne, JohnCatalogue of a valuable collection of books, including the libraries of James, the second Duke of Queensberry, and the late Alexander Gibson Hunter Esq. of Blackness; : containing also modern publications, as well as many articles of extreme rarity ...11ocn702177923mix1.00[Papers concerning the Scots Plot]HistoryTwo albums relating to the investigation of the "Scots Plot" of 1703/4. The first volume contains notes relating to the examinations of Colin Campbell, Sir John Maclean, and Sir Thomas Stuart; and three of the so-called "Gibberish letters" (written in some sort of word substitution code). One is addressed to "My Ld. 7" by "Fugillisimo"; one to Philotheus from "V.M."; and one from Philotheus "To the late Queen of Saint Germain." The second volume contains copies of Sir John Maclean's declaration to the investigating committee, the declaration by the Duke of Queensberry, and an "Account of the Conspiracy in Scotland"+-+2150249516Fri Mar 21 16:00:28 EDT 2014batch20747