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A history of Scotland

Author: J D Mackie
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England ; New York : Penguin, 1991.
Series: Penguin history.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed.View all editions and formats
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This book shows how Duncan (1034-40) emerged from the Union of the Four Peoples as the first king of a united Scotland and provides detailed, reign-by-reign accounts from then on. Close consideration is given to the Wars of Independence, the Reformation, religious struggles, the union of the crowns under James VI and I, the 1707 Act of Union, the Jacobite risings, and the reforms of the Victorian era.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J D Mackie
ISBN: 0140136495 9780140136494
OCLC Number: 34479353
Notes: This ed. originally published with geneal. tables: c1978.
Description: 414 p. : maps ; 18 cm.
Contents: The land and its people --
The union of the four peoples --
The House of Canmore --
Wars of independence 1286-1371 --
The Crown and the Barons 1371-1488 --
The Renaissance and the New Monarchy --
The Reformation --
The Counter-Reformation and the Claim to the English Crown --
The Union of the Crowns 1587-1603 --
The Crown and the Kirk 1603-25 --
The Presbyterian Revolution: Charles I 1625-49 --
Cromwell --
The restored monarchy --
The Revolution Settlement and the Union of Parliaments (1707) --
The Union in operation: the Jacobites --
The eighteenth-century development --
Unrest and reform --
Victorian Scotland --
Modern Scotland.
Series Title: Penguin history.
Responsibility: J.D. Mackie.

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This book shows how Duncan (1034-40) emerged from the Union of the Four Peoples as the first king of a united Scotland and provides detailed, reign-by-reign accounts from then on. Close consideration is given to the Wars of Independence, the Reformation, religious struggles, the union of the crowns under James VI and I, the 1707 Act of Union, the Jacobite risings, and the reforms of the Victorian era.

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