Princelie Majestie: The Court of James V of Scotland, 1528-1542

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Abbreviations

Abbreviations have, where possible, followed the guidelines set by the ‘List of Abbreviated Titles of the Printed Sources of Scottish History to 1560’, SHR, xlii (1963), pp. vii-xxix.

Abdn. Counc.Extracts from the Council Register of the Burgh of Aberdeen (Spalding Club, 1844–48)
ADCPActs of the Lords of Council in Public Affairs 1501–1544: Selections from Acta Dominorum Concilii, ed. R. K. Hannay (Edinburgh, 1932)
APSThe Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, eds. T. Thomson and C. Innes (Edinburgh, 18x4–75)
Balcarres PapersForeign Correspondence with Marie de Lorraine Queen of Scotland, from theOriginals in the BalcarresPapers (SHS, 1923–25)
Bannatyne Misc.The Bannatyne Miscellany (Bannatyne Club, 1827–55)
Bann. MSThe Bannatyne Manuscript, ed. W. Tod Ritchie (STS, 1923– 25
Chron. Perth.The Chronicle of Perth (Maitland Club, 1831)
Cronique de RoyCronique du Roy Franqoys Premier de ce nom, ed. Georges Guiffrey (Paris, 1860)
CSP Scot.Calendar of State Papers Relating to Scotland, 1509–1603, ed. M. J. Thorpe (2 vols., London, 1858)
CSP Ven.Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts relating to English affairs, existing in the Archives and Collections of Venice, eds. T. Brown et al., (London, 1864–)
Diurnal of OccurrentsA Diurnal of Remarkable Occurrents that have passed within the country of Scotland, since the death of King James the Fourth till the year 1575 (Bannatyne and Maitland Clubs, 1833)
DNBDictionary of National Biography (London and Oxford, 1885–1900)
DSCHTN. M. de S. Cameron et al., Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology (Edinburgh, 1993)
Edin. Recs.Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Edinburgh (SBRS, 1869–92)
EETSEarly English Text Society
Excerpta e LibrisExcerpta e Libris Domicilii Domini Jacobi Quinti Regis Scotorum (Bannatyne Club, 1836)
ERThe Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, eds.J. Stuart et al. (Edinburgh, 1878–1908)
Hamilton PapersThe Hamilton Papers, ed. J. Bain (Edinburgh, 1890–92)
HMCReports of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (London, 1870–)
IRThe Innes Review (1950–)

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