|Title:||The history of the kingdom of Scotland; containing an account of the most remarkable transactions and revolutions in Scotland ... from the year of our Lord, 424, to the happy union of both kingdoms, under King James the Sixth of Scotland, and First of England, of blessed memory, in 1602: intermixed with a variety of excellent speeches ... and other very considerable matters ... By Richard Burton [pseud.]|
|Author:||R. B., 1632?-1725?|
|Note:||Westminster, Printed for M. Stace, by W. Smith & co., 1813|
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|Subject:||Scotland -- History|
|Call number:||DA762 .C95|
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