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,

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Guthry, Henry, ca. 1600-1676. 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].

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].

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.

1 v. (258 p.) ; 20 x 17 cm.

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