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HE hiftory and character of David I.
King of Scotland. From Buchanan
The character of this most excellent Prince,
History of a bloody combat fought by two
Highland Clans in the month of September
1396, in the reign of Robert III. King
of Scotland, on the North Inch of Perth,
in prefence of the King and court, and a
Hiftory of the fiege of Tyre, by Alexander
Of the fiege of Babylon, by Cyrus
The hiftory of the Siege of Troy
The character of the Lacedemonians
The laws of Solon the Athenian lawgiver 64
An account of the famous retreat of ten.
thousand Greeks, under the conduct of the
great Xenophon, commonly styled Xeno-
A fuccinct account of the dreadful perse-
cution the Jews underwent at Alexan-
dria, and Philo's embally to the Emperor
A fuccinct history of James I. K. of Scotland 199
Bifhop Kennedy's fpeech upon the tutelage of
The univerfal prayer. From Mr Pope
A Lady's laft farewell to her husband.
Wrote a few days before her death
A memorable fong on the unhappy hunting
of Chevy-chace, between Earl Douglas of
Scotland and Earl Piercy of England
The dying Chriftian to his foul. From Pope 324
Excerpts from Mr Thomson's Seafons:
The History and Character of DAVID I. King of Scotland. From the Scottish history.
AVID fucceeded his brother Alexander in the kingdom, in the year of Chrift 124. As his brothers reigned fucceffively, one after another, in . Scotland, he ftaid with his fifter Maud in England. There he married his coufin Maud, a woman of great beauty, wealth, and nobility; for Voldiofus Earl of Northumberland was her father; and her mother was Judith, niece to William the Norman. He had a fon by her, named Henry, in whom both his father's and mother's difpofition did prefently appear. Upon this marriage, his revenues were much increased, by the acceffion of Northumberland and Huntingtonshire to the lands he enjoyed before