(c. 1558—1642) Church of Scotland minister and historian
Bardwell, Capt. William Scot
William I [known as William the Lion] (c. 1142–1214), king of Scots
Review: Minority Literatures and Modernism: Scots, Breton, and Occitan, 1920–1990
Minority Literatures and Modernism: Scots, Breton, and Occitan, 1920–1990
Ermengarde [Ermengarde de Beaumont] (d. 1233), queen of Scots, consort of William I
Scot [Scott], William (c. 1558–1642), Church of Scotland minister and historian
An Intrepid Scot: William Lithgow of Lanark's Travels in the Ottoman Lands, North Africa and Central Europe, 1609–21
1021.1. Lichfield. Su. 10 Oct. '84. William Scott. Address: To Dr Scot in the Commons London. Postmark: 13 (month missing). Marchioness of Crewe.—
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