John Spottiswoode

John Spottiswoode (Spottiswood, Spotiswood, Spotiswoode or Spotswood) (1565 – 26 November 1639) was an Archbishop of St Andrews, Primate of All Scotland, and historian of Scotland. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1718
Printed by William Brown and John Mosman, and sold by the said Wil. Brown

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1752
printed by W. Cheyne, and sold by James Brown in the Parliament-Close, and John Mitchel in the Parliament-House

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1708
printed by Mr. Robert Freebairn, at his Printing-House in Forrester's Wynd, and to be sold by John Vallange, Mr. Robert Freebairn, and other book-sellers in town, anno

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1722
printed by William Brown and Company, and sold at his shop in the Parliament-Closs

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1727
printed by William Brown and John Mosman, his Majesties Printers, and sold by William Brown at his Shop in the Parliament Closs

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1765
printed for A. Kincaid and J. Bell, W. Gordon, and J. Brown

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1711
printed by John Moncur, at his Printing-House at the Foot of the Bull Closs, opposite to the Trone, and sold by John Vallange and other booksellers

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1715
printed by John Moncur, and sold by William Brown bookseller, at his Shop, on the North-Side of the Street, a little above the Cross

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by Spotiswood, John
Published 1707
printed by Mr. Robert Freebairn, and to be sold by John Vallange, Mr. Robert Freebairn, and other book-sellers in town, anno

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by Hope, Thomas
Published 1734
Printed: and sold by A. Davidson in the Parliament-House, and other book-sellers in town
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