Scotland's Soveraignty Asserted. Being a Dispute Concerning Homage, Against Those Who Maintain That Scotland Is a Feu, or Fee-Liege of England, and That Therefore the King of Scots Owes Homage to the King of England
Edinburgh: Andrew Bell, 1695. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. Modern rebind. 200mm x 120mm (8" x 5"). xliv, 430pp..Wherein there are many Judicious Reflections upon most of the English Historians, who wrote before the Year 1600, and abundance of considerable Passages, which illustrate the History of both Kingdoms. Translated from the Latin Manuscript, and a Preface added, with a short Account of the Learned Author, and a Confutation of that Homage said to be performed by Malcolm III. King of Scotland, to Edward the Confessor, lately found in the Archives of England, and published in a single sheet, by Mr. Rymer, the King's Historiographer.. New binding and eps. Repairs to top of title page, and corner missing from [i], though not affecting the text. Interesting contemporary wax seal to top corner of title page. Some browning to title page, remainder of text very good .
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Keywords: British History Scotland 1650 - 1750 Antiquarian