A discourse of the unnatural and vile conspiracie attempted by John Earl of Gowrye and his brother, against his Majestie's person at Saint Johnstoun, upon the 5th of August 1600.

 
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Edited by Sir David Dalrymple. His brother = Alexander Ruthven. With an initial advertisement leaf stating that 'A discourse' is intended as a specimen of 'Historical collections concerning John Ruthven Earl of Gowrye', which was never published.

[Edinburgh, 1757] [4],57,[1]p. ; 12°

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