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Casus principis, or, An essay towards a history of the principality of Scotland
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Macleod. Casus principis ; or, an essay towards a history of the principality of Scotland: with some account of the appanage and honours annexed to the second prince of Scotland. By Hugh Macleod, S.S.T.P. professor of history in the University of Glasgow. Add tags for "Casus principis ; or, an essay towards a history of the principality of Scotland: with some account of the appanage and honours annexed to the second prince of Scotland.
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In his own Life (an essay prefixed to the first,posthumous edition of the History and so reprinted here), Hume ingenuously speaks of being “frightened” away from the very start—that is, from the time of Caesar’s invasion—and so at once passing over seventeen hundred years to “the accession of the House of Stuart , an.
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