In Byways of Scottish History by Louis A. Barbé

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Author Barbé, Louis A., 1845-1926
Title In Byways of Scottish History
Contents Mary, queen of Scots -- The four Marys -- Mary Fleming -- Mary Livingston -- Mary Beton -- Mary Seton -- The song of Mary Stuart -- Maister Randolphe's fantasie -- The first "Stuart" tragedy and its author -- Loretto -- The Isle of May -- Edinburgh and her patron saint -- The rock of Dumbarton -- James VI as statesman and poet -- The invasion of Ailsa Craig -- The story of a ballad: "Kinmont Willie" -- A raid on the Wee Cumbrae -- Riotous Glasgow -- The old Scottish army -- The story of the "long-tail" myth -- Index.
Language English
LoC Class DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe
Subject Scotland -- History -- Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707
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EBook-No. 45766
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Jan 2, 2021
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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