'The description of Scotland and the King's entertainment there', 8 folios. It begins: 'First for the country I must confesse...', and ends: '...a tower as Edenborough in Lowsir Scotland'. The papers include: (fo. 2) [Thomas Scott], 'Vox Populi', 1620; (fo. 8v) verses, 'Ther's proclamation sent, Great Brittaine round about'.
A Description of Scotland and other papers
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- ReferenceGB 12 MS Add.5124
- Dates of Creation1650 (Circa)
- Language of MaterialEnglish .
- Physical Description1 volume(s) 1 Volume
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