On 7 February, 1592, James Stewart, Second Earl Of Moray, Was Murdered By A Party Under The Command Of George Gordon, Sixth Earl Of Huntly This Book Is First Of All A Detailed History Drawn From Contemporary Records Of That Murder, Showing It To Be The Almost Inevitable Result Of The Power Struggle Of The Two Leading Families In The Northeast Of Scotland, And Tracing Out Its Consequences, Which Were Serious Enough Both To Cause King James To Leave Edinburgh For Several Weeks And To Lead Him To Agree To Certain Undesirable Compromises With The Kirk.
- 195 pages
- The Bonny Earl of Murray: The Man, the Murder, the Ballad (Folklore and Society) (Folklore and Society)
- Edward D. Ives
- 13 August 2019 Edward D. Ives