The Written And Printed Word


George Buchanan, 1721
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     The complete title to this work is: AN APPENDIX TO THE HISTORY OF SCOTLAND. Containing, I. A Detection of the Actions of Mary, Queen of Scots, concerning the Murder of her Husband, and her Conspiracy, Adultery, and pretended Marriage with Earl Bothwel, and a Defence of the true Lords, Maintainers of the King's Majesty's Action and Authority. II. De Jure Regni apud Scotos: Or, A Discourse concerning the due Privilege of Government in the Kingdom of Scotland. By George Buchanan, Author of the said History. To which is added, The Genealogie of all the Kings of Scotland, from Fergus the first, who began to Reign in the Year of the World, 3641. Before the Coming of our Saviour Jesus Christ, 330 Years, to the Reign of James the sixth of that Name, King of Scots, and the first of England. With the Oaths of a Duke, Earl, Lord, of Parliament, and Knight of Scotland.
     This volume was printed at London by Sam. Palmer, for S.Illidge under Serle's Gate Lincoln's-Inn New-Square; T.Corbet at Addison's Head without Temple-bar; and T.Payne in Little-Britain.