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A discourse upon the Union of Scotland and England : containing I. A brief account of the kind proposals made to the Scots by the English in the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI. II. A short history of treatys on that head since the union of the crowns ... III. An account of the grievances of Scotland as to religion, liberty and trade ... IV. Proposals for a union of the kingdoms upon the plan of Edward VI ... V. Proposals of a method for preserving the union upon the plan of the Treaty of Rippon ... VI. A brief view of the original rights of the kingdom of Scotland / humbly submitted to the Parliament of Scotland by a lover of his country.

Author/Creator:
Ridpath, George, d. 1726.
Publication:
[Edinburgh? : s.n.], 1702.
Format/Description:
Book
viii, 186 [i.e. 184] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
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Subjects:
Scotland -- History -- The Union, 1707.
Notes:
Published anonymously. By George Ridpath.
P. 144 misnumbered as 122, and pp. 145-146 omitted from pagination.
Signatures: A⁴ B-M⁸ N⁴.
Penn Chronology:
1702
OCLC:
13605980