Doak Bibliography

List of References

Manuscripts

Bodleian Library, Oxford
 Carte MS 222
 Carte MS 228
 Carte MS 243

National Library of Scotland
 Wodrow MS Oct. IV
 Wodrow MS Oct. IX

National Records of Scotland
 Kinross Papers, GD29/1968
 Linlithgow Burgh, B48/9/4


Printed Primary Sources

A Congratulatory Poem, on his Royal Highness James Duke of York. London, 1682. ESTC R220806.

A New Ballad From Whigg-Land. London, 1682. ESTC R12357.

A New Scotch Ballad: call’d Bothwel-Bridge: or, Hamilton’s Hero. London, 1679. ESTC R35070.

A Pangeyrick on their Royal Highnesses. And Congratulating His Return from Scotland. Edinburgh, 1682. ESTC R216887.

A Pindarique Ode, on their Royal Highnesses Happy Return from Scotland after his Escape at Sea. London, 1682. ESTC R2544.

A Plea for Succession. In Opposition to Popular Exclusion. London, 1682. ESTC R225594.

A Poem of Congratulation On the Happy Return of His Grace James Duke of Monmouth. London, 1679. ESTC R35110.

A Proper New Brummingham Ballad. London, 1681. ESTC R8294.

A True and exact Relation of His Royal Highness, James Duke of York and Albany, His Progress from Edinburgh to Linlithgow, from thence to Strivling [sic], and back again to Edinburgh, upon the 3d, 4th, and 5th of February instant. Edinburgh, 1681. ESTC R39732.

A True Narrative of the Reception of their Royal Highnesses At their Arrival in Scotland. Edinburgh, 1680. ESTC R21428.

Airy, Osmund, ed. The Lauderdale Papers. Westminster, 1885.

An Account of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Dutchess of York, their Arrival and Reception in Scotland, the 26. Of Octob. 1680. London, 1680. ESTC R213108.

An Exact Relation of the Rebels at Bothwell-Bridge. London, 1679. ESTC R12355.

Behn, Aphra. Song To A New Scotch Tune. London, c.1681. ESTC R232479.

Blackburne Daniell, F.H., ed. Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series: January 1st, 1679, to August 31st, 1680. London: HMSO, 1915.

Blackburne Daniell, F.H., ed. Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series: January 1st to Decemeber 31st, 1682. London: HMSO, 1932.

Brown, Peter Hume, Henry Paton, and E.W.M. Balfour-Melville, eds. Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, 3rd series. Edinburgh: H.M. General Register House, 1915.

Brown, Robert. An Advertisement. Edinburgh, 1680. ESTC R173096.

Burnet, Gilbert. Bishop Burnet’s History of His Own Time. London: 1724.

Clark, Henry. His Grace the Duke of Monmouth Honoured in His Progress In the West of England in an Account Of a most Extraordinary Cure of the Kings Evil. London, 1680. ESTC R39371.

de la Bédoyère, Guy, ed. The Diary of John Evelyn. Woodbridge: Boydell, 1995.

Dialogue Between Monmouth-shire and York-shire. London, 1681. ESTC R449.

Discourse Unto His Royal Highness James, Duke of Albany and York: When Intending from Scotland. Edinburgh, 1680. ESTC R231404.

Dryden, John. Prologue to the Dutchess, On Her Return from Scotland. London, 1682. ESTC R39.

Dryden, John. The Medall. A Satyre Against Sedition. London: 1682. ESTC R17608.

From a Person of Quality in Scotland, to a Person of Honour in London: Concerning His Royal Highness, James, Duke of York. London, 1681. ESTC R36254.

Great York and Albany: or the Loyal Welcom to His Royal Highness on His Return from Scotland. London, 1682. ESTC R37905.

Grey, Anchitell. Debates of the House of Commons from the Year 1667 to the Year 1694. London: 1763.

[Hume, David, and John Welsh]. For the Right Noble and Potent Prince James Duke of Buccleugh and Monmouth. Glasgow, 1679. ESTC R6765.

L’Estrange, Roger. A Seasonable Memorial in some historical notes upon the liberties of the presse and pulpit: with the effects of popular petitions, tumults, associations, impostures, and disaffected common councils. London, 1681. ESTC R14590.

L’Estrange, Roger. The State and Interest of the Nation. With respect to his Royal Highness, the Duke of York. London, 1680. ESTC R76627.

Laing, David, ed. The Diary of Alexander Brodie of Brodie, and of His Son, James Brodie of Brodie. Aberdeen, 1863.

Law, Robert. Memorialls: Or, the Memorable Things that Fell Out within the Island of Britain from 1638 to 1684. Edinburgh, 1818.

Livingston, Michael. Albion’s Congratulatory: or, a Poem Upon the High and Mighty Prince James Duke of Albany and York. His Return unto Scotland. Edinburgh, 1681. ESTC R42134.

Livingston, Michael. Albion’s Farewell: Or, Poem, Presented to His Royal Highness returning to Court. Edinburgh, 1680. ESTC R216778.

Livingston, Michael. Augustis, ac Prepotentibus Heroibus, Jacobo & Mariæ, Albaniæ & Eboraci Ducibus, Poema Streneticum Amœbæm gratulabundus vovet. Edinburgh, 1680. ESTC R180034.

Marwick, James D., ed. Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow, 1663-1690. Edinburgh: Scottish Burgh Records Society, 1905.

Monmouth and Buccleugh’s Welcom from the North: or the Loyal Protestants Joy for his Happy Return. London, 1682. ESTC R207839.

Murder Out at Last in a Ballad on the New Plot. London, 1683. ESTC R235713.

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, Earl of. “A Prologue Spoken to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, at Edinburgh.” In Poems By the Earl of Roscom[m]on. London, 1717. ESTC T132427.

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, Earl of. A Letter From Scotland. London, 1681. ESTC R36334.

Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, Earl of. The Ghost of Tom Ross to his pupil the D. of Monmouth. London, 1683. ESTC R36543.

Scotch Politicks: In a Letter to a Friend. London, 1682. ESTC R37192.

Scotland’s Rejoicing, or, A Gratulatorie Poem upon his Royal Highnes Arrival into Scotland. Edinburgh, 1679. ESTC R183616.

Sempill, Francis. The Banishment of Popery, by His Royal Highnes J. D. A. London, c.1681. ESTC R508042.

Solemn Mock Procession of the POPE, Cardinalls, Iesuits, Fryers, &c through ye City of London. London, 1679. ESTC R26246.

Tanner, Roland J., and Alastair J. Mann, eds. Records of the Parliaments of Scotland. https://www.rps.ac.uk.

The Character of those two Protestants in Masquerade, Heraclitus, and The Observator. London, 1681. ESTC R252028.

The Down-Fall of the Whiggs: Or, the Duke of Monmouths Journey into the North. London, 1682. ESTC R174728.

The Oxford Alderman’s Speech to the D. of M. when his Grace made his Entrance into that City, about Sept. 1680. [London], c.1681. ESTC R35273.

The Procession of the Burning of the Pope in Effigie in Smithfield-Rounds. London, 1681. ESTC R230013.


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