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Tait's (Alex., Clerk of Session,) Right of the House of Stewart to the Crown of Scotland considered. 8vo. . .
. Lond. 1746 Cowper's (Lord Chancellor) Two Speeches on pronouncing Sentence on the Rebel Lords in
1715, &c.; and Lord Chancellor Hardwicke's Speech on pronouncing sentence on the
Three Rebel Lords in 1746. 8vo. . . . . . . ib. 1746 Collection of Declarations, Proclamations, &c. Published by Authority (the Pretender's) in 1745-6. 8vo.
· repr. Edin. 1748 The Female Rebels ; Remarkable incidents of the Lives, &c. of the titular Duke and Duchess
of Perth, Lord and Lady Ogilvie, and Miss Florence Macdonald, &c. 8vo. Lond. 1747 Extract from Sir R. Steele’s “ Crisis," adapted to the present more dangerous Crisis. 800. ib. 1746 Formey's (M.) Discourse on the Death of Marshal Keith. From the French, 8vo. Edin. 1764 King Henry VII., or, the Popish Impostor, a Tragedy. 800. . . Lond. 1746 Dying Speeches and Papers. 8vo. containing, 1. Copies of the Papers wrote by Lord Balmerino, Syddall, Morgan, &c. delivered to the Sheriffs at the
Places of Execution. 2. — (Part II.) Dying Speeches of the Rev. Mr. Lyon, David Hume, Nicolson, &c. Lond. 1746 Genuine Trial of Francis Townley, who was appointed Colonel of the Manchester Regiment by the Young Pretender, &c. executed for High Treason, July 10. 800.
ib. 1746 The remarkable affecting Case, and dying Words of Mr. Arch. Oswald, Ensign in the Young Pretender's Service, who received three musquet-shots in the Battle of Prestonpans. 8vo.
ib. 1745 Some farther Proofs, &c. that the Pretender is truly James the Third. With Additions, Notes, and Observations. 8vo.
. ib. 1745 Compleat History of the Trials of the Rebel Lords at Westminster, and the Rebel Officers at Southwark, 1746. 800. .
. imperfect, and wanting title, 1746 Tracts on Provost Stewart. 8vo. containing, , 1, 2. First and Second Trial of Archibald Stewart, Esq. late Lord Provost of Edinburgh, before the High Court of Justiciary, &c. .
. Edin. 1747 3. Poem composed the 2d Nov. 1747, the day the Hon. Archibald Stewart, Esq. was assoilzied from his second trial. E S
: : : : . ib. 1747 4. True Account of the Behaviour and Conduct of Archibald Stewart, Esq. &c. Written by David Hume the Historian.
. Soe PROSE WORKS, VOL. xix. p. 292, note. . . . Lond. 1745 Copy of a Letter from a French Lady at Paris, giving a particular Account of the manner in
which Prince Edward was arrested. From the French. 800. . ib. 1749 Sherlock’s (Dr.) Letter to a certain Foreign Minister, in which the grounds of the present
War are truly stated, &c. (in answer to the King of Prussia's Manifesto.) 8vo. ib. 1745 Letter to the Duke of Newcastle, &c. being an Enquiry into the Genuine Sources of Disaffec
tion in both parts of Great Britain, and the most rational measures for extinguishing the remains of the present Rebellion.-Remarks upon a Letter to the Duke of Newcastle, &c. 800. . . . . . . . .
ib. 1746 Genuine Dying Speech of the Rev. Parson Coppock, pretended Bishop of Carlisle, &c. executed
there for High Treason and Rebellion, October 18th. 800. . . Carlisle, 1746 Advice of a Friend to the Army and People of Scotland, (in favour of the Pretender.) 800.
wants title, 1745 Sixth Letter to the People of England, on the Progress of National Ruin, &c. 800. Lond. 1757 The State of the Nation for 1747, and respecting 1748. 8vo. . .
ib. 1747 Dundas's (President) Present State of Scotland considered, &c. 8vo. . Edin. 1743 The Wisdom of our Forefathers recommended to the present times, shewing, &c. their care to provide against a Popish Succession. 8vo.
. Lond. 1745 Hughes's (Michael, a London Volunteer,) Plain Narrative or Journal of the late Rebellion, &c. 8vo. . . . . . . . .
ib. 1746 The North Briton Extraordinary. (Anstoer to Wilks.) Published at Edinburgh. 800. ib. 1765 Advice and Addresses ; Tracts on the Rebellion. 800. containing, 1. Seasonable Advice to the Inhabitants of Yorkshire. By a Yorkshireman, (said to be Archbishop Herring.) . .
York, 1745 2. Serious Address to the people of Great Britain, in which the certain consequences of the present Rebellion are fully demonstrated. 3d edit.
. . . . Lond. 1745 3. Deliverance from Public Dangers, a Solemn Call for a National Reformation ; a serious and compas
sionate Address, &c. . . . . . . . ib. 1747 4. Address by a Minister of the Church of Scotland to his Congregation, on the morning of a Fast on
account of the late Rebellion. . . . . . . 1747 Authentic Account of the Conduct of the Young Chevalier, from his arrival in Paris, &c. to
the Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle, &c. wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid
open and explained. 3d edit. 8vo. . . . . . Lond. 1749 Memoirs of the Rebel Lords, 1745. 800. containing, 1. Memoirs of the Lives, &c. of Lords Kilmarnock, Cromarty, and Balmerino.
. ib. 1746 2. Speech of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, before pronouncing Sentence on the three Lords. ib. 1746
3. Observations and Remarks on the two Accounts of Lords Kilmarnock and Balmerino, &c. ib. 1746 Discourse upon Genesis iï. 10 and 21, on the use and abuse of Apparel, &c. delivered in the
Chapel of Dunrobin Castle, by Sawney Macdonald, formerly domestic to the renowned Knight, Rob Roy, &c. 8vo.
ib. 1756 Popery always the same; exemplified, &c. in the Persecution now carrying on in France, against the Protestants in the South, &c. 8vo.
. . .
ib. 1746 Tracts against Popery. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. The Papist's Bloody Oath of Secrecy, &c. as it was taken in the Chapel of Barnbow Hall, the Residence
of Sir Thomas Gascoigne, from W. Rushton, a Popish Priest, by R. Bolron. ib. 1680—repr. 1745 2. Letter, &c. from the Ministers of the several Roman Catholic Princes, &c. complaining of a Clause re
lating to Popish Priests, in H. M.'s Proclamation of 6th December 1745. . . ib. 1746 3. Memorial concerning the present State of the Protestant Religion in France, &c. wants title. 4. Taxa Camerae, or, the Price of Sin in the Custom-House of the Church of Rome, &c. &c. ib. 1746 3. Principles upon which the taking the Oath of Abjuration may be grounded, &c. . . i. 1746 6. Enquiry how far Papists ought to be treated here as good Subjects, &c. . . . . 1746
Memoirs, &c. of Simon Lord Lovat; a Collection, in 1 vol. 800. containing,
1. Letter from Lord Lovat in answer to the Lord President's, &c. fol. broadside.
1746 2. — to the Duke of Cumberland, &c. fol, broadside. . .
1746 3. Letter from the Lord President to Lord Lovat, and Lovat's Answer. 8vo. .
1746 4. Memoirs of the Life of Lord Lovat. (Attributed to President Forbes.) .
Lond. 1746 5. Genuine Memoirs of the Life of Simon Lord Fraser of Lovat.
. ib. 1746 6. Fraser's (James) Genuine Narrative of the Life, &c. of Simon Lord Fraser of Lovat, &c. ib. 1747 7. Memoirs of the Life of Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat. (reprint of No. 4.) . . Edin. 1747 8. Genuine Speech of Simon Lord Lovat in Westminster Hall, March 18th, . .. 1746-7 9. Lord Chancellor Hardwicke's Speech, 19th March, on giving judgment against Lord Lovat. 1746-7 10. Account of the Signal Escape of John Fraser, Ensign in the Master of Lovat’s Regiment. 1746-7 11. Copy of Letter from Gentleman in London to his Friend at Bath.
Free Examination of a Modern Romance, entitled “ Memoirs of the Life of Lord Lovat.”
(Nos. 4 and 7 in the preceding Collection,) wherein the Character of that Nobleman is
vindicated, &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 8vo. . . . Lond. 1746 Life of Simon Lord Fraser of Lovat, with a Genealogical Account of his Family, fc. and an Appendix containing Original Papers. MS. sm. 8vo. - Inverness, Sept. 1810
(4 Rifaccimento of No. 4. in the preceding Collection, with some additions from common sources.) Murray's (Lord George) Particular Account of the Battle of Culloden, in a Letter from a Highland Officer to his friend in London. 8vo.
. Lond. 1749 See PROSE WORKs, vol. xxvi. p. 332, note.. Letters, &c. between Count Gyllenborg, Barons Gortz, Sparre, &c. relating to the design of raising a Rebellion in his Majesty's dominions, to be supported by a force from Sweden. 8vo.
Edin. 1717 See Prose Works, vol. xxv. p. 428. Epistle from a British Lady to her Countrywomen, on occasion of the present Rebellion.Letter from a distinguished Lady in Covent Garden, to a certain young Officer abroad. 800.
Lond. 1745 The Young Chevalier, or a Genuine Narrative of all that befell that unfortunate Adventurer
from his fatal defeat to his final escape, &c. With Anecdotes of the Chiefs who accom
panied, as well as those who abandoned him in his distresses. By a Gentleman, &c. 8vo. ib. The Thistle and the Rose, a Collection in 1 vol. 8vo. containing, 1. The Thistle; a Dispassionate Examine of the prejudices of Englishmen to the Scotch nation. 2d edit.
Lond. 1747 2. The Rose ; being a Detection of the Pernicious Tendency of two libels lately published, viz. in the Old England Journal, and a Pamphlet called the Thistle.
. ib. 1747 3. M‘Donald's (Andrew, King's Advocate,) Discussion of the False Reasonings, &c. of two late pieces, (the Thistle and the Rose,) . . .
. . ib. 1747 4. The Umpire ; being a serio-comic critical Dissertation on Three learned and important Dissertations on Englishmen and Scots.
. . . ib. 1747 5. Letter from the General Evening Post, relating to the present Rebellion, &c. . ib. 1745 Military Tracts. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. Letter from an Officer in the Army of the Allies, containing an account of the most remarkable events that have lately happened there, &c. . .
Lond. 1743 2. Operations of the British and Allied arms during the Campaigns of 1743 and 1744. By an Eye-witness.
ib. 1745 The Highland Rogue, or, the Memorable Actions of the celebrated Robert Macgregor, commonly called Rob Roy, &c. 8vo. . .
ib. 1723 See Introduction to Rob Roy.. History of the Rise, Progress, and Extinction of the Rebellion in Scotland in 1745–6, &c. 2d edit. 800. . . . . .
ib. A Curious Collection of Genuine and Authentic Letters (relative to the Chevalier). sm. 800
Printed for the author, Edin. 1750 Nithsdale's (Lady) Account of the Escape of Lord Nithsdale. Printed from the original in the possession of C. Maxwell, Esq. sm. 8vo. . . . .
. Durham, 1816 See Prose Works, vol. xxv. pp. 389-90. Letter from H. Goring, Esq. one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to the Young Chevalier,
and the only person of his own retinue that attended him from Avignon in his late journey
through Germany and elsewhere, &c. 800. . . . . . . Lond. 1750 Dialogue between Thomas Jones, a Life-Guards-man, and John Smith, late a Serjeant in the
1st regiment of Foot-Guards, just returned from Flanders. 8vo. . ib. 1749
friends of the Popish Pretender, &c. 2d edit. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 800. ib. 1746 Faithful Register of the late Rebellion, or, an Impartial Account of the impeachments, trials,
attainders, &c. of all who have suffered for the cause of the Pretender. 8vo. ib. 1718 Compleat History of the late Rebellion. 800. . . . . ib. 1716 Tracts relative to the Old Pretender. 2 vol. 8vo. containing,
1. Memorials on both sides, from the year 1687 to the death of K. James II. &c. (20 documents.) ib. 1711 2. State Amusements, serious and hypocritical, fully exemplified in the abdication of K. James II. &c.
with the names of the Princes of Europe that congratulated him on the birth of the pretended Prince of Wales. . .
. . ib. 1711 3. The several Declarations and Depositions made in Council, 220 October, 1688, concerning the birth of the Prince of Wales. . . . .
. . ib. 1711 4. Observations on the Depositions, &c. written just after these depositions were taken, for which the
Author was then forced to fily, and reprinted in opposition to the Depositions, which are now
revived. . . . . . . . . . ib. 1711 Some Private Passages relating to W. Paul, a Clergyman, and John Hall, Esq. before and after their Condemnation. 800. .
· wants title. See Prose Works, vol. XXV. p. 391, note. Letter from a Gentleman at St. Germains, &c. containing a Memorial about Methods for setting the Pretender on the throne of Gr. Britain, &c. Transl. from the French 800. Lond. 1710
Lovat's (Simon Lord) Memoirs of his Life, (from 1676 to 1715.) Written by himself in French, and now translated from the original MS. 8vo.
. Lond. 1797 Henderson's (Andrew) Life of William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. 8vo. ib. 1766 Historical Memoirs of his late R. H. William Augustus Duke of Cumberland, &c. 800. ib. 1767 Lewis's (Jenkin) Memoirs of Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, from his birth, July
24, 1689, to October 1697. Continued to his death in July 1700 by the Editor, (Dr. Philip Hayes of Oxford.) 8vo.
ib. 1789 See Note to Old Mortality. Hooke's (Colonel) Secret History of his Negotiations in Scotland in 1707, &c. in favour of the Pretender, &c. 8vo. .
ib. 1760 Ferguson's (Captain Andrew, of M‘Donald's Regiment,) Genuine Account of all the persons of
note in Scotland in the Service of the Chevalier, &c. (Apparently ironical, and the Author's
name fictitious.) 8vo. . . . printed, Edin.-reprinted, Lond. 1745 Tracts relative to the Pretender, 1745. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. The Manifesto of a certain Power. (Ironical.)
. Lond. 1744 2. Grant's (William, afterwards Lord Prestongrange,) Occasional Writer, containing an Answer to the
Second Manifesto of the Pretender's eldest Son, &c. . 3. Remarks on the Pretender's Declaration and Commission.
ib. 1745 4. Remarks on the Pretender's Son's Second Declaration, &c.
ib, 1745 Tracts relative to Lord Kilmarnock. 1 vol. 8ro. containing, 1. Foster's (Rev. Jas.) Account of the behaviour of Lord Kilmarnock, after his Sentence, and on the day of Execution. .
. ib. 1746 2. Finch's (Richard) Vindication of Foster's Account, &c. from the Misrepresentations of some Dissenting Teachers, &c.
. . . . . . . ib. 1746 3. — Defence of the Vindication, &c.
. ib. 1746 4. Review of Mr. James Foster's Account, &c. of Kilmarnock. By a Westminster Scholar. ib. 1746 Macpherson's (James) History of the present Rebellion in Scotland, &c. 800. ib. 1745 Expostulatory Address to the Nobility and Freeholders of Scotland, showing the folly, &c. of
the present unnatural Rebellion. 8vo. . . . . ib. 1745 Genuine and True Journal of the most Miraculous Escape of the Young Chevalier, &c. taken from the mouths and journals of those who assisted him therein. By an Englishman. 8vo.
ib. 1749 Wilding's (Sir Arthur, Bart.) Brief History of the Kings of England, particularly of the Royal House of Stuart, of blessed memory. 8vo. . . . .
ib. 1755 Webster's (Dr. W.) Vindication of H. M.'s Title to the Crown, &c. 8vo. ib. 1747 Britain's Remembrancer, being some Thoughts on the proper Improvement of the present Juncture, &c. 3d edit. 800.
. . ib. 1747 Tracts on the Slavish Dependencies and Heritable Jurisdictions of Scotland. 8vo. containing, 1. Letter to an English M.P. from a Gentleman in Scotland, concerning the Slavish Dependencies, &c. (first printed in 1721.)
. . ib. 1746 2. Disquisition on the nature of Regalities and other Heritable Jurisdictions in Scotland, &c. b. 1747 3. Observations on a Bill for taking away and abolishing the Heritable Jurisdictions, &c. Edin. 1747