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The ladies of the Covenant : memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution

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The ladies of the Covenant : memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution

The ladies of the Covenant : memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution

Source : Internet Archive

The ladies of the Covenant : memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution

The ladies of the Covenant : memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters, embracing the period of the Covenant and the persecution

Source : Internet Archive

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Page 147

His iirst wife was Lady Mary Stuart, eldest daughter of James, fifth earl of Moray. She died in May, Ififi


Page 279

driven to extremity, they renounced Charles Stuart as their lawful sovereign, and proclaimed war against him as a tyrant and


Page 281

.Uowers. in wliieh they "disown Charles Stuart as having any right, title to, or interest in, the said crown of


Page 348

treachery of a man named Patrick Stuart, with whom they were personally acquainted, and who professed to take a deep


Page 350

they disowned the authority of Charles Stuart, and declared war against him and his accomplices , and after testifying that


Page 379

His first wife was Lady Mary Stuart, eldest daughter of James, fifth earl of Murray. She died in May, 1*668.