Catalog Record: The exchequer rolls of Scotland = Rotuli scaccarii regum Scotorum | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The exchequer rolls of Scotland = Rotuli scaccarii regum Scotorum / edited by the late John Stuart and George Burnett.

Corporate Author: Scotland.
Other Authors: Mackay, Aeneas James George, 1813-1877., McNeill, George Powell. , Burnett, George, 1822-1890., Stuart, John, 1751-1827.
Language(s): English ; Latin
Published: Edinburgh : General Register House, 1878-1908.
Subjects: Finance, Public > Scotland > History > Sources.
Scotland > History > Sources.
Note: "Published by the authority of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury under the direction of the deputy clerk-register of Scotland."
Includes index.
Editors: v. 1-14, George Burnett (v. 1 with John Stuart; v. 13-14 with A.J.G. Mackay); v. 15-23, G.P. McNeill.
Physical Description: 23 v. : facsim. ; 27 cm.
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