|Author:||Scotland. Privy Council|
|Title:||The Privy Council of Scotland's letter to the King, together with the arch-Bishops and bishops as also several English addresses to His Majesty.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The Privy Council of Scotland's letter to the King, together with the arch-Bishops and bishops as also several English addresses to His Majesty.
Scotland. Privy Council
Edinburgh: Re-printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, Printer to the Kings most sacred Majesty, Anno Dom. 1685.
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The Privy Council of Scotlands Letter to the King, toge∣ther with the Arch-Bishops and Bishops: As also several English Addresses to His Majesty.
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