A Short Account of Scotland

A Short Account of Scotland

Being A Description of the Nature of That Kingdom, and What the Constitution of It Is in Church and State. Wherein Also Some Notice Is Taken of Their Chief Cities and Royal Boroughs. With An Appendix, I. About Their King's Supremacy. II. The Difference of the Scotch and English Liturgy. III. The Revenue and Expence on the Civil and Military List, According to A Late Establishment. Written by the Late Reverend Mr. Thomas Morer, Minister of St. Ann's Within Aldersgate, When He Was Chaplain to A Scotch Regiment

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Publisher: London : printed for John Morphew near Stationer's Hall, 1715
Characteristics: [4],156p. ; 8⁰


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