[Review] Miscellany of the Scottish History Society XVI

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The printed collections of the Scottish History Society’s Miscellany have long been a source of eclectic treasures and the newest addition to this collection (vol. XVI) is no different. This volume comprises of five never-before published transcriptions of primary sources, accompanied by brief descriptions and contextual information provided by the editor(s) of each document. The contents include: Miles Kerr-Peterson and Michael Pearce’s transcription of King James VI’s English subsidy and Danish dowry accounts (1588–1596), Salvatore Cipriano’s The Principal of Glasgow Against the Covenant (1638), Ciaran Jones’s An Account of a Confession of Raising the Devil at Irvine on 10 February 1682, Martha McGill’s ‘very rare and memorable’ stories from ......
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4-7
JournalStudia Celtica Fennica
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2021


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