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Published by Scottish Academic Press in association with the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination Board in Edinburgh .
Written in English



  • Great Britain,
  • Ireland,
  • Scotland,
  • France


  • Jacobites.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- 1689-1714 -- Sources.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.,
  • Ireland -- History -- 1688-1689 -- Sources.,
  • Ireland -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.,
  • Scotland -- History -- 1689-1745 -- Sources.,
  • Scotland -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.,
  • France -- History -- Louis XIV, 1643-1715 -- Sources.,
  • France -- History -- 18th century -- Sources.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesJacobite threat.
Statementby Bruce P. Lenman and John S. Gibson.
ContributionsGibson, John S.
LC ClassificationsDA813 .L43 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxxv, 266 p. ;
Number of Pages266
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1341019M
ISBN 10070730606X, 0707306078
LC Control Number92226113

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