The history of the late troubles within the kingdome of Scotland : being ane exact and impartiall relation of the most considerable actiones and transactions of the loyall partie and covenanters within that kingdome from the year 1637 to the death of the Royal Martyr in the begineing of the year 1649, [ca. 1650]. (Archival material, 1650) [WorldCat.org]
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The history of the late troubles within the kingdome of Scotland : being ane exact and impartiall relation of the most considerable actiones and transactions of the loyall partie and covenanters within that kingdome from the year 1637 to the death of the Royal Martyr in the begineing of the year 1649, [ca. 1650]. Preview this item
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The history of the late troubles within the kingdome of Scotland : being ane exact and impartiall relation of the most considerable actiones and transactions of the loyall partie and covenanters within that kingdome from the year 1637 to the death of the Royal Martyr in the begineing of the year 1649, [ca. 1650].

Author: Henry Guthry
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript   Book : English
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Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of a history, organized by year, of the political unrest in Scotland from 1637 to the execution of Charles I in 1649.
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Genre/Form: Church history
History
Named Person: Charles, King of England; Henry Guthry; Charles, King of England
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Guthry
OCLC Number: 702174607
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Contains note signed "John Jameson, Edin., 1800" declaring that the manuscript is "an autograph; having been found in the Manse of Stirling, where [Henry Guthrie Bishop of Dunkeld] sometime resided," and tracing the provenance of the manuscript from Mr. Daniel McQueen of Edinburgh to Dr. Charles Nisbet of Montrose to himself.
Title page is signed, "By the Impartiall pen of H.G. Eye witnes to the greatest part of ther acteings."
Back flyleaf: pen trials and the signature "Mis Isbell Gibson."
Phillipps MS 14072.
Published in 1702.
Binding: full calf.
Description: 1 volume (258 pages) ; 20 x 17 cm

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Manuscript on paper, in a single hand, of a history, organized by year, of the political unrest in Scotland from 1637 to the execution of Charles I in 1649.

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