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Acts of Parliament relative to Scotland, consequent on the Rebellions. 1 vol. 800. containing,
1. Act 5. Geo. I. Oaths to be taken by Ministers and Preachers. . . . Edin. 1719 2. Act 6. Geo. I. Conveyances to be made to the purchasers of the forfeited Estates.
it. 1720 3. Act 7. Geo. I. The King's most gracious, general, and free pardon.
ib. 1721 4. Act 19. Geo. II. For disarming the Highlands. .
ib. 1746 5. Act 20. Geo. II. The King's general and free pardon. 6. — For vesting in H. M. the Estates of certain Traitors, &c. 7. Bill for annexing certain forfeited Estates to the Crown.
1746 8. Act 21. Geo. II. For punishing of High Treason in the Highlands.
ib. 1747 9. - To amend the former (No. 4) for disarming the Highlands. 10. To explain and amend the two former Acts. .
ib. 1753 Another Collection of Acts of Parliament relative to Scotland. 1 vol. 800. containing,
1. Act 20. Geo. II. For taking away the Tenure of Ward-holding, &c. . . Edin. 1746 2. To prevent the return of such Rebels and Traitors as have been, or shall be, pardoned, &c. ib. 3. — For relief of Loyal Subjects, whose Title Deeds were carried off or destroyed by Rebels. ib. 4. Act 19. Geo. II. For more easy Trial of Rebels. 5. Act 20. Geo. II. For taking away and abolishing the Heritable Jurisdictions. 6. Act 19. Geo. II. For disarming the Highlands. . 7. Act 20. Geo. II. For King's general and free pardon. . . .
ib. 1746 Historical Tracts. 1 vol. 800. containing,
1. Compleat History of the French Invasions, from the Revolution to the present time, &c. Lond. 1744 2. Copies of Letters from the French Ambassador and English Resident to the Canton of Friburg, relative to the Pretender's son's intention of taking refuge there, &c.
. ib. 1748 3. Letter to a noble Lord, containing Remarks on the two Acts, &c. for vesting the Estates of certain
Traitors in the Crown, and for abolishing the heritable Jurisdictions, &c. . . ib. 1748 4. Letter to H. M.'s principal Secretaries of State, from the Ministers of several Roman Catholic Princes
and States, complaining of a Clause, &c. in H. M.'s Proclamation of 6th Dec. 1745, ib. 1746 Ferguson's (Rev. Adam, afterwards Professor,) Sermon preached in the Ersh Language to
H. M.'s First Highland Regiment of Foot, commanded by Lord John Murray, 18th Dec. 1745. With MS. note by Sir W. S. .
Lond. 1746 See Life, vol. v. p. 201, note. Chambers's (Robert) Picture of Scotland. 2d edit. 2 vols. 8m. 8vo. . Edin. 1828
See Life, vol. vii. p. 179. - (William) Book of Scotland. 8m. 8vo. . . .
ib. 1830 Fair Play, or, Give every Man his due ; being an Address to the Congregation of the Gaelic
Chapel in Edinburgh, &c. by one of the Deacons, (relative to the Conduct of the Rev. W. M'Caig.) 12mo. . .
ib. 1828 Letter from a Gentleman in the North, to a Minister who has not intimated the Act of Par
liament for bringing to Justice the Murderers of Captain Porteous. sm. 800. . 1737 Letters from Thomas Percy, D.D. (Bishop of Dromore,) John Callander of Craigforth, David Herd, and others, to George Paton. sm. 8vo.
o . : Edin. 1830 See PROSE WORKS, vol. xxi. p. 221.
Grimm's (Messrs.) German Popular Stories, collected from Oral Tradition. Translated from
the Kinder und Haus-Märchen. Sm. 8vo. . . . . Lond. 1823 The most pleasant Song of Lady Bessy, the eldest Daughter of King Edward IV. &c. with Notes by Thomas Heywood. 8m. 8vo.
ib. 1829 Rodger's (Alex.) Peter Cornclips, a Tale of real Life, with other Poems and Songs. 12mo.
Glasg. 1827 Brunnmark's (Rev. Dr. G.) Introduction to Swedish Grammar, for Englishmen; with Exercises. 3d edit. with Additions by Wählin. 12mo. .
. Lond. 1825 Dialogue between a Whig and a Jacobite, upon the subject of the late Rebellion, &c. 3d edit. corrected. 8vo. .
. ib. 1716 True Account of the Proceedings at Perth ; the Debates in the Secret Council there, &c. Written by a Rebel. 2d edit. 800. . . . . .
ib. 1716 Henderson's (Andrew) Memoirs, &c. of James Keith, Field-Marshal in the Prussian Armies. 2d edit. 800.
ib. 1759 View of the Scots Rebellion ; with some Enquiry what we have to fear from them ? &c. 800.
ib. 1715 Hannibal not at our Gates, or, an Enquiry into the Grounds of our present fears of Popery and the Pretender, in a Dialogue, &c. sm. 8vo. ..
ib. 1714 Answer to a Pamphlet entituled, an Argument to prove the Affections of the People of England to be the best Security of this Government, &c. 8m. 8vo.
ib. 1716 Vol. of “ Curious Pamphlets.” sm. 8vo. containing,
1. Pitcarnii, (Archib. M.D.) Gualteri Dannistoni ad Georgium Buchananum Epistola, &c. Edin. 1700 2. Defoe’s (Dan.) Short View of present State of Protestant Religion in Britain, &c. . ib. 1700 3. Discourse concerning the Execution of the Laws against Prophaneness, &c. . . ib. 1700 4. Waring's (H.) Thoughts and Maxims, in prose and verse, (dedicated to the Rev. Mr. Shaw.) wants tille. 5. Burnet's (Bishop) Speech in the House of Lords on 1st Art. of Dr. Sacheverel's Impeachment,
repr. Edin. 1710 6. Thoughts of an Honest Tory.
Lond. 1710 7. The Conference, or, Gregg's Ghost, &c.
. 1711 8. Character of Don Sacheverellio, Knight of the Firebrand, &c.
• rcpr. Edin. 1710 9. Fuller's (Wm.) Plain Proof of the true Father and Mother of the pretended Prince of Wales.
Lond. 1700 10. Some new Proofs that the Pretender is really James the Third. 4th edit. ; . ib. 1713 11. Seasonable Warning, &c. against Insinuations, &c. in favour of the Pretender.
. ib. 1712 12. The White Crow; or, an Enquiry into some more new doctrines broached by the Bishop of Salisbury,
in his two Sermons, Nov. 5th and 7th. 1710, &c. . . . . ib. 1710 13. Short View of Dr. Beveridge's Writings, &c. .
ib. 1711 Ray's (James, of Whitehaven, Volunteer under H. R. N. the Duke of Cumberland,) Acts of the Rebels. 2d edit. 12mo.
· · · · Newcastle, 1746 Crookshank's (Wm.) Popish Cruelty represented. Sermon preached, 220 September 1745, to
the Scots Church in Swallow Street.—2. Fleetwood's (Bishop) Papists not excluded from the Throne on account of Religion. sm. 800.
Lond. 1745 Life of the late Right Hon. George Lord Carpenter. 800.
. Lond. 1736 Mar's (Earl of) Letter to the King, before H. M.’s Arrival in England, &c. 12mo. 1715 Secret History of the Rebels in Newgate, &c. 8vo. .
. Lond. 1716-17 Matter of Fact: Account of the Birth, Education, and Ordination of William Paul, Clergyman,
executed for High Treason, July 1716. 2d edit. 800. . . ib. 1716 SHELF XVI. Historical Account of the Triumphant Spirit of the Whigs, briefly showing the Rise and Pro
gress of the Covenanted Work of Reformation, &c. 12mo. . . Edin. 1746 Letter to the Right Hon. the Earl of Traquair. 8m. 800.
. Lond. 1745 Ascanius, or The Young Adventurer, a True History, &c. Translated from a MS. privately handed about the Court of Versailles, &c. 8m. 800.
ib. 1747 - ou le Jeune Avanturier, Histoire Véritable, &c. Trad. de l'Anglois. 12mo. Lille, 1747 - Moderne, ou l Illustre Avanturier, Histoire très fidèle, &c. sm. 800. Edim. 1763 - or the Young Adventurer, &c. 3d edit. 12mo. . . Paisley, 1769 Histoire du Prétendant. Les Revers et les Disgraces du Prince Charles Edouard Stuart en Ecosse. (Another version of Ascanius). 8m. 8vo. . .
1756 Familiar and Instructive Dialogue, &c. between an eminent Merchant of Dunkirk, &c. and an English Member of Parliament, &c. 12mo.. ·
. Lond. 1748 Great Britain's Memorial against the Pretender and Popery. sm. 8vo. . . 1743 The Free Thought, &c. a familiar Conversation between an Englishman and a Scotchman, both of the Train’d Bands of the City of London, &c. 8vo.
. Lond. 1745 Consultation de l' Oracle, &c. pour savoir si le Prétendant ou le Prince de Galles, &c. est sup
posé ou légitime. Whitehall, 1688. nouvelle édit. sm. 800. . . Cologne, 1746 Antidote against the infectious Contagion of Popery and Tyranny, &c. 12mo. Edin. 1745 Marchant's (John) History of the present Rebellion, collected from authentic Memoirs, Letters, &c. 8vo. . .
. . . Lond. 1746 Ray's (J.) Compleat Hist. of the Rebellion, &c. with the intrigues of the Pretender's adherents, account of the Rebel Chiefs, Life of Miss Jenny Cameron, and Tryals of the Rebel Lords.
With MS. note by Sir W. S. 12mo. . . . . York, 1749 A New Edition of some Scarce Papers, &c. shewing the Harmony of the present Presbyterians Short and True Narrative of the Rebellion in 1745 ; beginning with the Young Chevalier's
in Scotland with the Principles and Practices of their Ancestors, &c. sm. 8vo. Lond. 1746 Tracts on House of Hanover. 8vo. containing,
1. Popular Prejudice concerning partiality to the Interests of Hanover, &c. freely examined. ib. 1743 2. Historical Account of the advantages that have accrued to England by the Succession of the House
of Hanover. . . . . . . . ib. 1745 3. Whitelock, (Methuselah) The Peace Offering, an Essay, shewing the Cession of Hanover to be the
only probable means of extinguishing the present Rebellion, &c. . . ib. 1746 Arbuthnot's (Rev. Arch.) Life, Adventures, &c. of Simon Lord Lovat, &c. 8vo. ib. 1746 Another Copy. With a frontispiece and folio portrait of Lord Lovat inserted. 8vo. ib. 1746 Graham's (Dougal, Bellman of Glasgow,) Impartial History of the Rise, Progress, and Extinction of the late Rebellion, &c. (in doggrel verse). 3d edit. 18mo. Glasg. 1774
entry into the West of Scotland, until his banishment out of France, &c. 12mo. Edin. 1779 Galloway's (Robert) Poems, Epistles, and Songs, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. To which are
added, a Brief Account of the Revolution of 1688, and a Narrative of the Rebellion in 1745, continued to the Death of Prince Charles in 1788. 12mo.
Glasg, 1792 Sermons on the Rebellion 1745. 12mo. containing, 1. How's (Rev. James) Sermon preached in the Blackfriars' Church, Glasgow, 6th December, 1746, with a Dedication to all Jacobites, &c. . .
Glasg. 1746 2. Winchester's (Rev. James) Revolution Sermon, at Jedburgh, November 6, 1748. Edin. 1748 3. Willison's (Rev. John, Dundee,) Popery another Gospel, &c. Six Sermons preached during Rebellion
· · · ib. 1779 Journey through part of England and Scotland along with the Army under the Duke of Cumberland, &c. By a Volunteer. 2d edit. sm. 800. .
. Lond. 1747 Michell's (M. Secretary to the Old Chevalier, &c.) Young Juba, or, the History of the Young
Chevalier, from his Birth to his Escape from Scotland after the Battle of Culloden, &c. Translated from the Italian. sm. 8vo.
ib. 1748 Acts and Chronicles. 1 vol. 12 mo. containing, 1. Ray's (James) Acts of the Rebels. Wants titlo. .
(Newcastle, 1746) 2. Chronicle of the year 1744. .
Lond. 1744 3. Chronicle of Charles the Young Man. .
wants title. 4. Anderson's (John) Book of Chronicles of H. R. H. William Duke of Cumberland. Edin. 1746
Haldane's (John, a Cameronian,) Active Testimony of the True Blue Presbyterians, &c. against
the late unjust Invasion of Scotland by Charles, pretended Prince of Wales, and William, pretended Duke of Cumberland. 12mo. . .
1749 Miscellaneous Collection in Prose and Verse, (Jacobite Poems, Ballads, and Songs) chiefly
relating to the Rebellion of 1745. MS. sm. 8vo. Remarkable Dialogue, &c. in the Gardens of the Luxembourg at Paris, between an old im
partial English Whig, and a Nonjuror of the Church of England, concerning the Young Chevalier, &c. with some curious particulars, &c. to the time of his arrival at the Court of
France. By a Prussian Officer. 12mo. . . . . Edin. 1748 Collection of Original Letters, &c. chiefly relating to the Rebellion 1715. sm. 8vo. ib. 1730 Philips, (M.) The Pretender's Flight, or, a Mock Coronation, &c. a Tragi-Comical Farce,
being the Sequel of the Earl of Mar-marr'd. sm. 8vo. . . Lond. 1716 Answer to a dangerous Pamphlet, entitled, a Candid and Impartial Account of the Behaviour of Simon, Lord Lovat, &c. 12mo. . .
ib. 1746 Ratcliffe, (Charles) Genuine and Impartial Memoirs, &c. of, beheaded on Tower Hill, Dec. 8,
1746. Lond. 1746.—Penrice's (Gerard) Remarkable Life and Vicissitudes of fortune of
Charles Ratcliffe, Esq. ib. 1747. sm. 8vo. Lettres Historiques, pour servir de suite à l'Hist. des Revolutions de la Gr. Bret., et à l'Hist. &c. des Ecossois au Service de France, (with reference to Chas. Ratcliffe.) sm. 8vo. ib. 1759 Lesley's (Dr. Charles) Letter from Rome to a Member of Parliament. 12mo. 1724 Dunton's (John) Frank Scammony: or the Restoring Clergy detected in their names, haunts,
plots, heresies, and lewd conversation. With MS. note by Sir W. S. sm. 8vo. 1745 Description of a Chart, wherein are marked out all the different Routes of Prince Edward in
Great Britain, &c. with 4 caricatures. 12mo. . . . Edin. 1749 True Loyalist, or, Chevalier’s Favourite ; being a Collection of elegant Songs. 12mo. 1779 Collection of Political Tracts ; (Extracts from Chester Journal, a Ballad ; Speeches of Lords Balmerino and Lovat, &c.) Sm. 8vo.
. Edin. 1747 Life of Archibald M‘Donald of Barisdale, who is to suffer, &c. on 22d May. 800. Lond. 1754 Address to that honest part of the Nation called the Lower Sort of People, on the subject of Popery and the Pretender. 3d edit. 12mo. .
ib. 1745 Trials of James, Duncan, and Robert M'Gregor, three Sons of the celebrated Rob Roy, &c. in 1752, 1753, and 1754. To which is prefixed a Memoir relative to the Highlands, &c. 12mo.
Edin. 1818 See Introduction to Rob Roy. Historical Account of the Life, Actions, &c. of Dr. Archibald Cameron, brother to Donald Cameron of Lochiel, &c. 800. .
Lond. 1753 See Introduction to Redgauntlet.
Place of Execution, &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 800. . Lond. 1753 Genuine Memoirs of John Murray, Esq. late Secretary to the Young Pretender.—Poem addressed to Mr. S. M. on his turning evidence. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 800. Lond. 1747
See Life, vol. i. p. 180.
ib. 1745 Letter to a Tory friend upon the present critical situation of our affairs, &c. 8vo. ib. 1746 Enquiry into the Causes of the late Rebellion, &c. 8vo. .
ib. 1746 Life of Prince Albert Henry, of Brunswick Luneburg, &c. 800.
wants title. Alexis, or, the Young Adventurer, a Novel. 800. . .
Lond. 1746. Tracts on Sir Thomas Winnington's Conduct. 8vo. containing,
1. A pology for the Conduct of a late celebrated second-rate Minister, &c. written by himself. . ib. 1747 2. Proper Answer to a late scurrilous Libel, entitled, an Apology, &c. .
. ib. 1747 3. An Apology for a late Resignation, &c. .
. ib. 4. Impartial Review of Two Pamphlets, &c.; one, an Apology for a late Resignation ; the other, the Resignation discussed,
· · · ib. Campbell, (Dr. John) The Sentiments of a Dutch Patriot, being the Speech of M. V. H***n, &c. on the present State of Affairs. 8vo.
. ib. 1746 Life of Sir Robert Cochran, Prime Minister of King James III. of Scotland. (Satire on Sir • Robert Walpole.) 2d edit. 800, .. .. .. .. ..