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Two documents concerning Scottish history., 1666-1700.

Identifier: MS.2206

Scope and Contents

The contents are as follows.

(i) Account, probably original, by a Covenanter, of his examination and imprisonment in 1666 and 1667. He seems to have been associated with Ayrshire and Dumfriesshire. (Folio 1.)

(ii) 'A sermon preached by Mr. James Webster in the Tolbooth Church of Edr. Febry. 11 ... 1700 ... on the occasion of that terrible conflagration that happened in the Parliament Close upon ... Febry. 4th . . . 1700.' Eighteenth-century copy. (Folio 15.)


  • Creation: 1666-1700.

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36 Leaves ; Small octavo.

Language of Materials

From the Series: Undetermined


36 folios.

Separated Materials

These two documents were among the papers apparently collected by Robert Mylne, MSS.2090-2091.

Repository Details

Part of the National Library of Scotland Archives and Manuscripts Division Repository

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