|Author:||Wishart, George, 1599-1671.|
|Title:||Montrose redivivus,: or The portraicture of James late Marquess of Montrose, Earl of Kincardin, &c. 1. In his actions, in the years 1644. 1645. and 1646. for Charles the First. 2. In his passions, in the years 1649. 1650. for Charles the Second K. of Scots.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Montrose redivivus,: or The portraicture of James late Marquess of Montrose, Earl of Kincardin, &c. 1. In his actions, in the years 1644. 1645. and 1646. for Charles the First. 2. In his passions, in the years 1649. 1650. for Charles the Second K. of Scots.
Wishart, George, 1599-1671., Pontius, Paulus, engraver. 1603-1658,
London: Printed for Jo. Ridley, at the Castle in Fleet-street, neer Ram-alley, 1652.
Scotland -- History
Montrose, James Graham, -- Marquis of, -- 1612-1650.
To the Reader.
The Affairs of the King in Scotland, under the Conduct of the most Honourable James Mar∣quesse of Montrose, Earl of Kinkardin, &c. And Generall Governour for his Ma∣jesty in that Kingdome.
The Continuation of Montrose's Historie.
A true and perfect Relati∣on, of all the passages concerning the Examination, Tryall and Death of the most Honourable James Marquesse of Mon∣trose, Earl of Kincardin, Lord Graeme, Baron of Mont∣dieu, &c. Knight of the most Honourable Order of St. George, Lieutenant Governour, and Captain Generall for his Majestie in the King∣dome of Scotland.
The Speech of Collonel William Syb∣bald intended by him to have been spoken on the Scaffold at time of his Execution at Edenborough, Jan. 7. 1650. but hearing that libertie would not be given him to speak so freely, he gave a Copie of it to a speciall friend,