Scotland from the Earliest Times to 1603

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A. RECORD PUBLICATIONS
Livingstone M., A Guide to the Public Records of Scotland. 1905.
Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, 1473-1566. Edited by Thomas Dickson and Sir James Balfour Paul. 11 vols. 1877- 1916.
Acts of the Lords Auditors of Causes and Complaints, 1466-1494. Edited by Thomas Thomson. 1839.
Acts of the Lords of Council in Civil Causes, 1478-495. Edited by Thomas Thomson . 1839.
Acts of the Lords of Council in Civil Causes, 1496-1501, with some Acta Auditorum et Dominorum Concilii, 1469-1483. Edited by George Neilson and Henry Paton. 1918.
Acts of the Lords of Council in Public Affairs, 1501-1554. Edited by Robert Kerr Hannay . 1932.
Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, 1124-1707. Edited by Thomas Thomson and Cosmo Innes. 12 Vols. in 13. 1814- 1875.
Border Papers. [ 1560- 1603]. Edited by Joseph Bain. 2 Vols. 1894, 1896.
Calendar of Documents relating to Scotland, 1108-1509. Edited by Joseph Bain. 4 vols. 1881- 1888.
Calendar of State Papers relating to Scotland, 1547-1603. Various editors. 12 vols. 1898-. In progress.
Chronicles of the Picts, Chronicles of the Scots, and other Early Memorials of Scottish History. Edited by William F. Skene. 1867.
Documents and Records illustrating the History of Scotland. [ 1237- 1307]. Edited by Sir Francis Palgrave. 1837.
Documents Illustrative of the History of Scotland, 1286-1306. Edited by Joseph Stevenson . 2 Vols. 1870.
Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, 1264-1600. Various editors. 23 vols. 1878- 1908.
Hamilton Papers. [ 1532- 1590]. Edited by Joseph Bain. 2 Vols. 1890, 1892.
Ledger of Andrew Halyburton, Conservator of the Privileges of the Scotch Nation in the Netherlands, 1492-1503. [Edited by Cosmo Innes ]. 1867.
Letters of James V. Edited by Denys Hay. 1954.
National Manuscripts of Scotland. Facsimiles. [ 1094- 1649]. 3 Vols. 1867 1871.
Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, 1306-1668. Various editors. 11 vols. 1882- 1914.
Register of the Privy Council of Scotland. First Series. 1545- 1625. Edited by John Hill Burton and David Masson. 14 vols. 1877- 1898.
Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland, 1488-. Various editors. 5 vols. 1908-. In progress.
Rotuli Scotiae. [ 1291- 1516]. Edited by D. Macpherson and others. 2 Vols. 1814, 1819.

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