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James I, 1566-1625 (King of Great Britain and Ireland)


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

[A Hunting Bottle that belonged to James I], 1845

Identifier: Coll-10/3/46(i)
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[A Hunting Bottle that belonged to James I]. Wood engraving. 1845. Dickes, William, 1815-1892, Artist; Keck, J., Engraver; Cadell, Robert, 1788-1849, Publisher.

Published in: Walter Scott, Waverley Novels (Abbotsford Edition), vol. 7 (1845), The Fortunes of Nigel, p.241.

Note: Pencil annotation: 'Drinking bottle of James VI at Abbotsford'.

Dates: 1845
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Esther Inglis, "Vincula Unionis sive scita Britannicae id est De Unione insulae Britannicae tractatus secundus. Per David Humium Theagrium", 1605

Identifier: La.III.249
Scope and Contents The manuscript is a presentation copy of Book 2 of the ‘Treatise on Union’ composed by David Hume of Godscroft (1558-c.1630), intended for King James VI/I and Prince Henry Frederick. Hume was an important humanist scholar, political theorist, and Neo-Latin poet in Jacobean Scotland. His De Unione insulae Britannicae advocates for the closer political union of England and Scotland, and the formation of a new Britain. As seen on the title-page of this...
Dates: 1605