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D History: General, and Regions Outside the Americas (Go to start of category)
DA Great Britain and Ireland (Go to start of category)
DA779 .H58 [Info] The History of the Feuds and Conflicts Among the Clans in the Northern Parts of Scotland and in the Western Isles, From the Year M.XXI unto M.DC.XIX (HTML at
DA783.3 .D6 1841 [Info] Documents Illustrative of Sir William Wallace, His Life and Times (1841), ed. by Joseph Stevenson (page images at Google)
DA783.5 .L69 1728 [Info] The History of Scotland, From 21 February, 1436, to March, 1565 (with a continuation by another hand to 1604; Edinburgh: Baskett and Co., 1728), by Robert Lindsay (multiple formats at Google)
DA783.5 .L69 1911 [Info] The Historie and Cronicles of Scotland, From the Slauchter of King James the First to the Ane Thousande Fyve Hundreith Thrie Scoir Fyftein Zeir (3 volumes; Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood and Sons, 1899-1911), by Robert Lindsay, ed. by Ae. J. G. Mackay
DA787 .A1 A4 [Info] Queen Mary's Book: A Collection of Poems and Essays by Mary, Queen of Scots (London: G. Bell and sons, 1907), by Mary, Queen of Scots, ed. by Ada Jane Evelyn Arbuthnot (multiple formats at
DA787 .A1 M3 [Info] The Tragedy of Fotheringay, Founded on the Journal of D. Bourgoing, Physician to Mary Queen of Scots, and on Unpublished Ms. Documents (London: A. and C. Black, 1895), by Mary Monica Maxwell-Scott, contrib. by Dominique Bourgoing
DA787 .A5 A32 [Info] Mary, Queen of Scots (from the Makers of History series; New York: Harper and Brothers, 1904), by Jacob Abbott (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
DA787 .B9 B7 [Info] George Buchanan, Humanist and Reformer: A Biography (Edinburgh: David Douglas. 1890), by P. Hume Brown (multiple formats at
DA787 .B9 M3 [Info] George Buchanan: A Biography (second impression; Edinburgh: G. A. Morton; London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., 1906), by D. Macmillan (multiple formats at
DA787 .B9 W3 [Info] George Buchanan (from the Famous Scots Series; Edinburgh and London: Olphant Anderson and Ferrier, 1899), by Robert Wallace and John Campbell Smith (multiple formats at
DA800 .A5 [Info] Annals of the Persecution in Scotland From the Restoration to the Revolution (second American edition, 2 volumes; Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, ca. 1870), by James Aikman
DA802.3 .S73 [Info] The History of the Troubles And Memorable Transactions in Scotland, From the Year 1624 to 1645 (2 volumes; Aberdeen: Printed for T. Eveans, 1792), by John Spalding (HTML with commentary at
DA803.7 .A3 B83 1913 [Info] The Marquis of Montrose (London et al.: T. Nelson and Sons, 1913), by John Buchan (multiple formats at
DA803.7 .A3 B83 1928 [Info] Montrose: A History (1928), by John Buchan (illustrated HTML at Gutenberg Australia)
DA804.7 .L6 [Info] The Massacre of Glencoe, 13th of February 1692: Being a Reprint of a Contemporary Account of That Ruthless Butchery (Edinburgh: E. and G. Goldsmid, 1885), ed. by Edmund Goldsmid (multiple formats at Google; US access only)
DA807 [Info] Articles of the Treaty of Union Agreed on by the Commissioners of Both Kingdoms, on the 22d of July 1706 (London: Andrew Bell, 1706), by Lords Commissioners for the Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland (multiple formats at
DA807 .D31 1786 [Info] The History of the Union Between England and Scotland, With a Collection of Original Papers Relating Thereto (with a life of Defoe by Chalmers; London: J. Stockdale, 1786), by Daniel Defoe, contrib. by George Chalmers
DA810 .B16 M96 [Info] Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Right Honourable George Baillie of Jerviswood, and of Lady Grisell Baillie (Edinburgh, 1822), by Grisell Baillie Murray (page images at HathiTrust)
DA813 .B37 1713 [Info] A Dissuasive from Jacobitism: Shewing in General What the Nation is to Expect from a Popish King, and in Particular, From the Pretender (London: Printed for J. Baker, 1713), by John Shute Barrington (multiple formats at
DA813 .C43 [Info] History of the Transactions in Scotland, in the Years 1715-16, and 1745-46 (2 volumes; 1817), by George Charles
DA813 .W55 1746 [Info] A Letter to an English Member of Parliament, From a Gentleman in Scotland, Concerning the Slavish Dependencies, Which a Great Part of That Nation is Still Kept Under, by Superiorities, Wards, Reliefs, and Other Remains of the Feudal Law, and by Clanships (London: Printed for M. Cooper, 1746), by John Willison (multiple formats at
DA814 .A3 C48 [Info] A Chain of Facts in the Reign of King James the Second, With a Particular Account of His Design (in Conjunction with Lewis the XIVth of France) to Establish a Popish Successor to the Throne of England (London: Printed for M. Cooper, 1747), by Robert Wilkins (multiple formats at
DA814 .A3 H6 [Info] Reasons Against Receiving the Pretender, and Restoring the Popish Line; Together With Some Queries of the Utmost Importance to Great Britain (London: A. Baldwin, 1710), by Benjamin Hoadly (multiple formats at
DA814 .A5 A5 1745 [Info] The Advice of a Friend, to the Army and People of Scotland (ca. 1745), by William Harper (multiple formats at
DA814 .A55 P2 [Info] The Countess of Albany (second edition; London and New York: John Lane, 1910), by Vernon Lee

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