JACOBITISM, c. 1700-1716 -- The Massacre of Glenco. Being a true narrative of the barbarous murther of the Glenco-Men. London: 1703. 4° (205 x 153mm). 32pp. (Some spotting.) 20th-century cloth. This was one of the first publications to present all of the official documents relating both to the event and the inquiry which followed it in Scotland. McLeod 247.
[James HODGES (1672-1755)]. War betwixt the two British Kingdoms consider'd. London: John Taylor, 1705. 8° (186 x 112mm). ,165,pp. Publisher's advertisments at end. Contemporary panelled calf gilt, gilt edges. Provenance: John, 2nd Marquess of Tweeddale (presentation inscription 'For the Marquess of Tweddale [sic.]', armorial bookplate). ?PRESENTATION COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY ?THE AUTHOR. Hodges argued that Scotland would gain more by union than by independence. McLeod 530. -- [Daniel DEFOE (1661?-1731)] A Reply to a Pamphlet entituled, The L[or]d H[aversham]'s Vindication of his speech, &c. London: 1706. 4° (210 x 170mm). 32pp. (Browned and spotted). ONLY EDITION. Moore 110. Bound with three other works by Lord Haversham in modern marbled boards. -- [D. DEFOE]. A Seasonable Warning and Caution against the Insinuations of Papists and Jacobites in favour of the Pretender. London: 1712. 8° (173 x 110mm). 24pp. (Some browning and old dampstaining.). ONLY EDITION. SCARCE. Moore 245. Bound with two other works in modern marbled boards. -- [Attributed to D. DEFOE]. The Scotch Medal decipher'd, and the new hereditary-right men display'd. London: 1711. 8° (180 x 120mm). 24pp. (Title and last leaf spotted.). Moore 211. Bound with a folding broadside: Scotch-loyalty exemplify'd...'. London: 1711. (330 x 193mm). (Backed with paper). Later speckled calf (one cover detached). The broadside is RARE. -- [Attributed to D. DEFOE]. A Speech for Mr. D---sse Younger of Arnistown. London: 1711. 8° (174 x 123mm). 15,pp. Modern boards. Moore 212. -- Observator or a Dialogue between a Country-man, and a Landwart School-master Edinburgh: 1705[-1706]. Nos. 1, 3-9 and part of 2 only (of 10), 4° (192 x 155mm). (4pp. of no.2 failed to print, some small tears.) Modern marbled boards. VERY RARE. -- John SPOTSWOOD (1667-1728). The Law concerning election of Members for Scotland to sit and vote in the Parliament of Great-Britain. Edinburgh: 1710. 4° (186 x 150mm). ,78,pp. (Two final leaves holed with slight loss.) Contemporary marbled boards with coloured floral paper spine (rubbed). RARE. -- A Translation of a letter from the Sophy of Persia, to the Great Czar and Emperor of Russia [N.p.: n.d. but ?1715]. 8° (155 x 97mm). 8pp. RARE. [Bound with:] Letter from a Tory Freeholder to his representative in Parliament. London: 1712. 8° (188 x 116mm). (Some spotting.). RARE. The two works in modern marbled boards. -- A volume of sermons including: [Thomas COULTON (d.1731)]. Nahash's defeat, and Jabesh-Gilead's rescue: A sermon preach'd August 19. 1708 London: 1708. 8° (182 x 112mm). 24pp. VERY RARE; Nathaniel GOODWIN (b.1676/7). God's care over his vineyard: or, a sermon preach'd at Souldern in Oxfordshire, on January the 20th 1. London: 1715. 8° (182 x 112mm). ,7-21,pp. VERY RARE; William FISHER. A Thanksgiving Sermon for the defeat of the late... Rebellion. London: 1716. 8° (182 x 112mm). 24pp. (First and last few leaves soiled.). RARE; Henry SMITH (d.1736). God's Displeasure against Rebellion shewn, in the fatal destruction of rebels. A sermon preach'd at Weybridge in Surry. London: 1716. 8° (182 x 112mm). ,20pp. RARE; All is well: or, the providence of God praised, and the Government justified. London: 1716. 8° (182 x 112mm). 32pp. RARE; Samuel BOLD (1649-1737). Great Britain's low estate before King George began his happy reign. Being a sermon preach'd August 1st, 1715. London: 1715. 8° (182 x 112mm). 27,pp. RARE; bound with three other works in 19th-century red half morocco (scuffed). -- Justice done to the Late Ministry: of their designing to make the Pretender King of Great Britain, prov'd from their conduct to be groundless. London: 1715. 8° (200 x 135mm). 36pp. (Margins soiled.). RARE; bound with two other works in modern marbled boards. -- William ATWOOD (d.1705?). The Scotch Patriot unmask'd in animadversions upon a seditious pamphlet. London: 1705. 4° (190 x 150mm). 60pp. Modern wrappers. RARE. An attack on Ridpath's pro-Scottish pamphlets. McLeod 348; and 47 others of related interest, including works by George Ridpath, John Oldmixon, J. Wildman and Thomas Burnet, in 28 volumes. (40)