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#Five letters from a gentleman in Scotland to his friend in London being a true account of what remarkable passages have happened since the Prince's landing, the manner of the taking of the Chancellor, and his lady in mans apparel, the burning of the Pope, demolishing of the popish chapels, &c. with the total overthrow of the Roman Catholicks : Edinburgh, Decemb. 3. 1688.#

##Gentleman in Scotland.## Five letters from a gentleman in Scotland to his friend in London being a true account of what remarkable passages have happened since the Prince's landing, the manner of the taking of the Chancellor, and his lady in mans apparel, the burning of the Pope, demolishing of the popish chapels, &c. with the total overthrow of the Roman Catholicks : Edinburgh, Decemb. 3. 1688. Gentleman in Scotland.

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  1. FIVE LETTERS From a GENTLEMAN in SCOTLAND TO His Friend in London; Being a True Account Of what Remarkable Paſſages have happened ſince the Prince's Landing; the manner of the taking of the Chancellor, and his Lady in Mans Apparel, the burning of the Pope, Demoliſhing of the Popiſh Chapels, &c. with the total overthrow of the Roman Catholicks.

#####Back##### LONDON, Printed in the Year 1689. Types of content

  • Oh, Mr. Jourdain, there is prose in there!

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