Observations upon the arise and progress of the late rebellions against King Charles the First, insofar as it was carried on by a malecontented party in Scotland under the pretext of reformation, [168-].

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Guthry, Henry, ca. 1600-1676. Observations upon the arise and progress of the late rebellions against King Charles the First, insofar as it was carried on by a malecontented party in Scotland under the pretext of reformation, [168-].

Observations upon the arise and progress of the late rebellions against King Charles the First, insofar as it was carried on by a malecontented party in Scotland under the pretext of reformation, [168-].

Manuscript on paper, in a late 17th century book hand, of a version of the text of Bishop Guthrie of Dunkeld's Memoirs. Text concludes with two Latin epitaphs, on Charles I and on Bishop Guthrie, attributed to "James Wilson, schoolmaster at Irvine and Dalmeny." Second epitaph in a cursive hand.

1 v. (185 p.) ; 17 x 11 cm.

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