Author:George Mackenzie (1630-1714)

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George Mackenzie
(1630–1714)

1st Earl of Cromarty, Scottish statesman

George Mackenzie

WorksEdit

  • Memorial for his Highness the Prince of Orange in relation to the Affairs of Scotland, together with the Address of the Presbyterian party in that Kingdom to his Highness, and some Observations on that Address by two Persons of Quality (1689, anon.)
  • Parainesis Pacinca, or a Persuasive to the Union of Britain (1702)
  • A Few Brief and Modest Reflections persuading a Just Indulgence to be granted to the Episcopal Clergy and People of Scotland (1703)
  • Continuation of a Few Brief and Modest Reflections. Together with a Postscript vindicating the Episcopal Doctrine of Passive Obedience (1703)
  • Speech to the Parliament of Scotland, 11 July 1704
  • A Letter from E. C. [Earl of Cromarty] to E. W. [Earl of Wemyss] concerning the Union, and a Second Letter on the British Union (1706)
  • Letter to M. of P.' 8.'Trialogues: A Conference between Mr. Con, Mr. Pro, &c, concerning the Union (1706, anon.)
  • Friendly Response to a Letter concerning Sir George Mackenzie's and Sir John Nisbet's Observations and Response on the Matter of the Union (1706)
  • Several Proposals conducing to a Further Union of Britain (1711)
  • A Vindication of King Robert III from the Imputation of Bastardy, by the clear Proof of Elizabeth Mure (daughter to Sir Adam Mure of Rowallan), her being the First Lawful Wife of Robert the II, then Steward of Scotland and Earl of Strathern (1695)
  • Several Proposals conducing to a Further Union of Britain (1711)
  • Historical Account of the Conspiracy of the Earl of Gowrie and of Robert Logan of Restalrig against James VI (1713)
  • A Vindication of the Same from the Mistakes of Mr. John Anderson, preacher of Dumbarton, in his Defence of Presbytery (1714)
  • Synopsis Apocalyptica, or a Short and Plain Explication of Daniel's Prophecy and of St. John's Revelation in concert with it (1707)
  • “Vindication of the Reformation of the Church of Scotland, with some Account of the Records”, Scots Magazine, 1802 
  • “Account of Hirta and Rona”, Miscellanea Scotica 2: 79, 1818 

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