Records Of The Convention Of The Royal Burghs Of Scotland, With Extracts From Other Records Relating To The Affairs Of The Burghs Of Scotland.... 1295 (Hardcover)
This fascinating historical document offers a comprehensive overview of the development and evolution of burgh politics and governance in Scotland from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. Drawing on a rich array of primary sources, the book provides detailed accounts of key legal and political institutions, as well as their roles and significance in the broader social and economic context of Scottish history. With its vivid and detailed portrait of medieval and early modern Scotland, the book stands as a valuable resource for historians, legal scholars, and anyone interested in the political and social history of Scotland.
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