Catalog Record: Letters to the Argyll family, from Elizabeth queen of England, Mary queen of Scots, King James VI, King Charles I, King Charles II, and others. From originals preserved in the General register house. With an appendix | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Letters to the Argyll family, from Elizabeth queen of England, Mary queen of Scots, King James VI, King Charles I, King Charles II, and others. From originals preserved in the General register house. With an appendix.

Main Author: Macdonald, Alexander 1791?-1850.
Related Names: Charles I King of England 1600-1649., James I King of England 1566-1625., Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587., Elizabeth I Queen of England 1533-1603.
Published: Edinburgh [Printed by T. Constable] 1839.
Subjects: Campbell family
Scotland > History > Stuarts, to the Union, 1371-1707 > Sources.
Note: Presented to the club by the Duke of Argyll.
The letters cover the years 1520-1685; the appendix covers the years 1472-1588.
Physical Description: 88 p. illus.
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