Caledonia a poem in honour of Scotland, and the people of that nation. In which The Scandalous and Groundless Imputations of Cowardice, Savageness, and Immorality; so much ascribed to the Inhabitants of that truly Ancient and Heroic Kingdom, are, with great Justice, confuted, and retorted upon her False and envious Accusers. And they proved To be as Zealous, in Defence of the Protestant Religion, against the Attempts of the Church of Rome, as any other Protestants in the Three Kingdoms. Whereby Scotland Is rescued out of the Jaws of Slander, the Grave of her Character, and the Gulph of Prejudice; in which all the Great and Warlike Actions of her Nobility, Gentry, and Commonality are too much buried. Dedicated to the Duke of Argyll

Main Author: Defoe, Daniel
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, and sold at the pamphlet-shops at the Royal-Exchange, Ludgate-Street, and Charing-Cross 1748, MDCCXLVIII. [1748]
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Anonymous. By Daniel Defoe. - English Short Title Catalog, N3958. - Foxon, D94. - Moore, 129. - Price from imprint: price One Shilling. - Reproduction of original from Huntington Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([6],9-58p) 8°