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Memoirs of the war carried on in Scotland and Ireland 1689-1691.

Hugh Mackay

Memoirs of the war carried on in Scotland and Ireland 1689-1691.

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Published by [s.n.] in Edinburgh .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationxix,359p., [1] leaf of plates ;
Number of Pages359
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Open LibraryOL13873593M

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Preliminary noticeMemoirs touching the Scots war carried on for Their Majesties, by Major General Mackay, against the Viscount of Dundee, and after him Cannon, and at last Major General Buchan, for the late King JamesMemoires ecrittes par Monsieur Hugh de Mackay, lieutenant-general, a Sa Majeste britanique, touchant la derniere campaigne.

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Memoirs of the war carried on in Scotland and Ireland. [Reprint] () [Leatherbound] Bannatyne Club (Edinburgh, Scotland),Mackay, Hugh,Hog, James M,Tytler, Patrick Fraser, ,Urquhart, Adam Published by Pranava Books (). Ireland and Scotland had plenty of cultural and societal ties, and would be sure to gain support from the locals.

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A really good history that never forgets that it was a civil war that tarted in Scotland and ended in Ireland, and that those kingdoms featured just as much as England in the events that would ensure as the government collapsed.

Also was the first case of 'Moderate Rebels' in history, with Cromwell and the Coventanters and all that foolishness/5(17).

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Rate it. Memoirs of the war carried on in Scotland and Ireland. Edinburgh, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Mackay; James Maitland Hog; Patrick Fraser Tytler; Adam Urquhart.

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