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A narrative of the horrid murther committed on the body of the late Right Reverend James, Lord Arch-Bishop of St. Andrews, primate of all Scotland, and of His Majesties Privy-Council : who was barbarously murdered on the 3d. of May, 1679. by eleven or twelve rebells, in his journey from Edenborough to St. Andrews. With an account of the rebellion in the west of Scotland ; maintained, and fomented by the murderers of the said Arch-Bishop ; and two fights that have happened between His Majesties forces and the rebells there, wherein the rebells have been put to flight, and some of them taken. With the manner of their taking of Glasgow, rifling the Lord Arch-Bishops house, digging the Bishop of Argyles children out of their graves, and many other barbarities. Also the rebells traiterous declaration of the 29th. of May last, as they published it in Raglan ; and as it is printed with authority in London. Preview this item
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A narrative of the horrid murther committed on the body of the late Right Reverend James, Lord Arch-Bishop of St. Andrews, primate of all Scotland, and of His Majesties Privy-Council : who was barbarously murdered on the 3d. of May, 1679. by eleven or twelve rebells, in his journey from Edenborough to St. Andrews. With an account of the rebellion in the west of Scotland ; maintained, and fomented by the murderers of the said Arch-Bishop ; and two fights that have happened between His Majesties forces and the rebells there, wherein the rebells have been put to flight, and some of them taken. With the manner of their taking of Glasgow, rifling the Lord Arch-Bishops house, digging the Bishop of Argyles children out of their graves, and many other barbarities. Also the rebells traiterous declaration of the 29th. of May last, as they published it in Raglan ; and as it is printed with authority in London.

Publisher: [London] : Printed for P. Brooksby, 1679.
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Genre/Form: History
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Early works to 1800
Named Person: James Sharp; James Sharp; James Sharp
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 606882510
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 6 pages)

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