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A History of Scotland
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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Author’s Note viii
  • Author’s Note ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter 1 - Before 1100 1
  • Chapter 2 - 1100-1286 18
  • Chapter 3 - The War of Independence 38
  • Chapter 4 - Robert II to James I 55
  • Chapter 5 - James II to James IV 70
  • Chapter 6 - James V 88
  • Chapter 7 - Reformation 102
  • Chapter 8 - Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Regencies 123
  • Notes on Dramatis Personae 139
  • Chapter 9 - James VI in Scotland 140
  • Chapter 10 - The Union of Crowns 161
  • Chapter 11 - Charles I 179
  • Chapter 12 - The Great Rebellion 199
  • Chapter 13 - The Interregnum 223
  • Notes on Political Labels in Chapter 13 and After 238
  • Chapter 14 - Restoration 239
  • Chapter 15 - 1665-85 253
  • Chapter 16 - The Revolution Settlement 273
  • Chapter 17 - The Late Seventeenth Century 291
  • Chapter 18 - Union 303
  • Chapter 19 - 1707-45 318
  • Chapter 20 - The Later Eighteenth Century 337
  • Chapter 21 - The Industrial Revolution 357
  • Notes on Dramatis Personae 379
  • Chapter 22 - The Victorian Age 380
  • Chapter 23 - The Twentieth Century 399
  • Political Epilogue 417
  • Monarchs of Scotland Since the Early Eleventh Century 423
  • Materials for the Study of Scottish History 428
  • Maps 443
  • Index 447
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