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HAY, RICHARD (1661-1735 OR 1736) - A vindication of Elizabeth More, from the imputation of being a concubine : and her children, from the tache of bastardy : confuting the critical observations of some late writers

Title: A vindication of Elizabeth More, from the imputation of being a concubine : and her children, from the tache of bastardy : confuting the critical observations of some late writers
Description: Edinburgh : Printed by William Adams junior. Sold by the booksellers of Edinburgh. Glasgow and Aberdeen 1723. First Edition. Bound in modern cloth with a leather gilt-blocked label to the spines. Remains well-preserved overall; tight. bright. clean and sharp-cornered. by Richard Hay of Drumboote. C.R. ; in the body of this book and the appendix subjoin'd. there are several ancient and valuable charters. which serve to illustrate the origine and descent of the most considerable families in Scotland. Physical description; 495 p. ; 22 cm. Notes; Bound with the appendix and the dissertation among others. Subjects; Elizabeth Mure Queen. consort of Robert II. King of Scotland. Stuart. House of Early works to 1800. Scotland Genealogy Early works to 1800. Weight in Kg appr.:

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Price: EUR 425.00 = appr. US$ 461.91 Seller: MW Books
- Book number: 249639



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