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folklore, garden history, politics and books on the north of England. Titles
range from Somerled to Sport, from Mary Queen of Scots to Captain Scott,
and from the Union of 1707 to the Glasgow Trades Unions. Contemporary topics
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David II, 1329-71 - Michael Penman
A major new study of a formidable Scottish monarch, son of Robert the Bruce, Michael Penman's David II offers the first ever detailed study of one of the longest reigning Scottish monarchs, and a neglected half-century in Scottish history. Essential reading for anybody interested in the Wars of Independence, the Bruce dynasty and the late medieval kingdom of the Scots.
New Titles for
- Scotland's Buildings - Edited by
Geoffrey Stell, John Shaw and Susan Storrier
A major source book for Scotlandís building history.
- Jinglin Geordie's Legacy - Brian R. W. Lockhart
The history of George Heriot's Hospital and School, established in 1621 by the Edinburgh goldsmith and moneylender, and now one of Scotland's most familiar institutions.
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