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By Peter Donald

ISBN-10: 052152007X

ISBN-13: 9780521520072

The concept that of kingship as Charles I understood it was once challenged by means of the Covenanters in a fight of protest over the govt of Scotland. even though many elements of this episode have obtained ancient awareness, Charles's personal function has now not hitherto been investigated intimately. utilizing a wide physique of newly on hand facts, Dr Donald the following makes an attempt to redress the stability, and in doing so bargains a considerably new point of view at the Scottish problems within the trouble years of 1637-41. This research sheds mild at the procedures wherein Charles, with information and but frequently despite it, attempted to uphold his case.

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Interpretations in Lee, The Road to Revolution-, W. Makey, The Church of the Covenant 1637-1651 (Edinburgh, 1979), pp. 1 - 1 5 ; Macinnes, 'The origin and organization of the Covenanting movement'; Stevenson, The Scottish Revolution, pp. 15—55. Knowler, Strafforde Letters, vol. II, p. 190. Cf. Stevenson, The Scottish Revolution, p. 3 2 . M . , Edinburgh, 1 8 4 8 - 5 1 ) , vol. I, pp. 25-7, 70-8. Cf. RPCS, 2 n d Series, vol. VI, p. 4 5 7 ; G D 4 0 6 / M 1 / 3 2 8 / 2 ; Lee, The Road to Revolution, pp.

I, pp. 2 2 0 - 1 , 2 3 0 - 2 . The king and his counsel 25 'liberties' were damaged by their exclusion from the Session, but Charles would still have all kinds of expectations of them; the ill-motivated exclusion of officers of state could only be a temporary gesture. What might have deepened wounds was the boost given to the bishops. The Bishop of Ross gained a seat as an Extraordinary Lord of Session; Archbishop Spottiswood was made president both of the Exchequer Commission and the highly unpopular Commission of Grievances, and was named first on the roll of the council.

1 8 1 - 4 ; also see NLS W o d . Fo. 4 3 , fol. 2 2 5 . Struthers's letter (note above) w a s published with the ministers' grievances in 1 6 3 5 - The Grievances Given in by the Ministers . . G. W . Sprott, Scottish Liturgies of the Reign of James VI (Edinburgh, 1871); Donaldson, Making of the Scottish Prayer Book of1637; G. ), 'A Scottish liturgy of the reign of James VP, in Miscellany of the Scottish History Society (Edinburgh, 1965), vol. X , pp. 87-117. NLS Wod. Fo. 66, fol. 77. Holograph of John Maxwell, Bishop of Ross (wrongly ascribed in Baillie, Letters, vol.

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