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Court and Culture in Renaissance Scotland, Edington, Carol.
1 Edington, Carol. Court and Culture in Renaissance Scotland
Tuckwell Press 1995 189841064x / 9781898410645 1st Edition Hardcover Fine Very Good Book 
Hardcover in Fine condition, slightly edgeworn and marked dustwrapper but otherwise in Very Good condition. First UK edition, notes, bibliography, index.S13. 
Price: 30.00 GBP
Auld Stirling Punishments., Kinnaird, David.
2 Kinnaird, David. Auld Stirling Punishments.
The History Press, 2011. 2011 1st Edition Soft cover New Book 
Paperback in Mint condition. First edition, pp127, with bibliography. From the murder of James I and the brutal torture of his betrayers to the beheading of Radical Weavers Baird and Hardie, the history of crime and punishment in Stirling s Royal Burgh has reflected the passions and prejudices of the Scottish nation. Here are shocking tales of the brutal and the bloody, the sad and the seditious, of the thieves, traitors, murderers and martyrs who shaped the destiny of those who dwell upon the Castle Rock. Richly illustrated, and filled with victims and villains, nobles, executioners and torturers, this book explores Stirling s criminal heritage and the many grim and ancient punishments exacted inside the region s churches, workhouses and schools. It is a shocking survey of our nation's penal history. S28. 
Price: 7.00 GBP
Dearest Brother: Lauderdale, Tweeddale and Scottish Politics, 1660-1674, Lee, Maurice
3 Lee, Maurice Dearest Brother: Lauderdale, Tweeddale and Scottish Politics, 1660-1674
John Donald Short Run Press 2010 190656616X / 9781906566166 1st Edition Hardcover As New As New Book 
Hardcover, As New condition. First edition, b&w illustrations, index.Providing the first detailed account of the course of Scottish politics during the reign of Charles II, this history focuses on the years from 1667 to 1673-when, for the only time in the Restoration era, Scottish political leaders were able to make policy for Scotland with minimal interference from London. Based on the unpublished correspondence written by secretary of state John Maitland, earl of Lauderdale, his chief agent in Edinburgh, John Hay, earl of Tweeddale, and Sir Robert Moray-King Charles's fellow chemist and close friend-this record demonstrates how this triumvirate inaugurated a program of reform that had some initial success but foundered on political and personal disagreements. 
Price: 12.00 GBP
Attempted Murder: A Pictish Perspective on the 1707 Treaty of Union., Robbie the Pict.
4 Robbie the Pict. Attempted Murder: A Pictish Perspective on the 1707 Treaty of Union.
Scottish Exchequer Press 1994 Limited Edition Soft cover Very Good Book Signed by Author(s)
Illustrated card covers, slight edgewear and a small bump to head of spine but otherwise in Very Good condition. Limited edition, No. 555/1000, Signed by Author. SCARCE TITLE. S32. 
Price: 20.00 GBP

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