A Diurnal of Remarkable Occurrents That Have Passed Within the Country of Scotland Since the Death of King James the Fourth Till the Year MDLXXV.
[Scottish History].

Edinburgh: [Bannatyne Club], 1833. Limitation not known, but the list of Bannatyne Club members amounts to ninety-nine people, including William Blair, Henry Cockburn, Sir Henry Jardine, Macvey Napier, Sir Francis Palgrave, et al. Printed in black and red. Corners worn, edges of boards lightly rubbed, front hinge starting to crack. A little light foxing. A good, clean copy of a scarce book. Quarter brown morocco with gilt spine. Quarto. [4], [xvi], 350 pp. (Item ID: 12840)

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This work is based upon a medieval manuscript that was owned by Sir John Maxwell, of Pollock, in the Renfrewshire area near Glasgow. It describes Scottish history from the era of the Battle of Floddon and the death of King James the Fourth in 1513 to the end of the government of the Earl of Arran in 1553. The anonymous author lived in Edinburgh and spent time at the Royal Court.

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