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A censure and examination of Mr. Thomas Ruddiman's philological notes on the work of the great Buchanan, more particularly on the history of Scotland, in which also, most of the chronological and geographical, and many of the historical and political notes, are taken into consideration, in a letter to a friend, necessary for restoring the true readings, the graces and beauties, and for understanding the true meaning of a vast number of passages of Buchanan's writings, which have been so foully corrupted, so miserably defaced, so grosly perverted and misunderstood: containing many curious particulars of his life, and a vindication of his character from many gross calumnies. Preview this item
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A censure and examination of Mr. Thomas Ruddiman's philological notes on the work of the great Buchanan, more particularly on the history of Scotland, in which also, most of the chronological and geographical, and many of the historical and political notes, are taken into consideration, in a letter to a friend, necessary for restoring the true readings, the graces and beauties, and for understanding the true meaning of a vast number of passages of Buchanan's writings, which have been so foully corrupted, so miserably defaced, so grosly perverted and misunderstood: containing many curious particulars of his life, and a vindication of his character from many gross calumnies.

Author: James Man; Joseph Stuart, of Inchbreck
Publisher: Aberdeen, Man, 1753.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : First edition
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Named Person: George Buchanan; Thomas Ruddiman
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Man; Joseph Stuart, of Inchbreck
OCLC Number: 221905600
Description: 574 p.

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