Publisher: (Edinburgh: Printed by the Heirs of Thomas Finlason), .
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: STC 21987; Clough 1629.
Condition: A few slight smudges and stains in the text; nice copy, with wide margins.
Book ID: 17100
DescriptionSmall folio, modern black buckram, 22 pages. Decorated initials and borders.
Comments¶ A proclamation, addressed to the Scots, of dual importance: the first, in modern parlance, a tax code, spelling out the justification for the collection, who is to be taxed and how and when it is to be collected. And the second, and perhaps most important purpose, is the suggestion by the King that England and Scotland share one church.