James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton

James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton (c. 1516 – 2 June 1581, aged 65) was the last of the four regents of Scotland during the minority of King James VI. He was in some ways the most successful of the four, since he won the civil war that had been dragging on with the supporters of the exiled Mary, Queen of Scots. However, he came to an unfortunate end, executed by means of the Maiden, a predecessor of the guillotine, which he himself was said to have introduced to Scotland. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1765

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1765

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1756

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1741

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1759
Subjects: '; ...Morton, James Douglas / Earl of / 1702-1768 / Trials, litigation, etc / Early works to 1800...

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1748
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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1748
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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1702
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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1747
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Subjects: '; ...Morton, James Douglas / Earl of / 1702-1768 / Trials, litigation, etc / Early works to 1800...

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by Morton, James Douglas
Published 1759
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by Muirhead, Alexander
Published 1748
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Subjects: '; ...Morton, James Douglas / Earl of / 1702-1768 / Trials, litigation, etc / Early works to 1800...

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by Stewart, James
Published 1740
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