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ISNI: 
0000 0001 0917 3598
Name: 
Donaldson, G.
Donaldson, Gordon
Dates: 
1913-1993
Creation class: 
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
editor
redactor
Related names: 
Dickinson, William Croft
Duncan, A.A.M. (1926-)
Duncan, Archibald Alexander McBeth (1926-)
Ferguson, William (1924-)
Kirk, James
Milne, Isabel A.
Morpeth, Robert S
Morpeth, Robert S.
Morpeth, Robert Spottiswoode
Nicholson, Ranald
University of London
Titles: 
1424 to 1567
Accounts of the collectors of thirds of benefices, 1561-1572
All the queen's men : Power and politics in Mary Stewart's Scotland
Auld Alliance, The : the Franco-Scottish connection
British National Archives and the local historian : a guide to official record publications
court book of Shetland, 1602-1604, The
Dictionary of scottish history
faith of the Scots, The
first trial of Mary, Queen of Scots., The
Formulary of old Scots legal documents
Four centuries : Edinburgh University life, 1583-1983
Histoire de l'amitié franco-écossaise la vieille alliance
Isles of home : sixty years of Shetland
John Knox
Knox the man
Lord chancellor Glamis and Theodore Beza
Making of the Scottish prayer book of 1637, by Gordon Donaldson,..., The
memoirs of Sir James Melville of Halhill, containing an impartial account of the most remarkable affairs of state during the sixteenth century not mentioned by other historians, more particularly relating to the Kingdoms of England and Scotland under the reigns of Queen Elizabeth, Mary, Queen of Scots & King James, in most of which transactions the author was personally and publicly concerned;, The
Miscellany two
northern commonwealth, A : Scotland and Norway
Northwards by sea.
Protocol book of James Young, 1485-1515
queen's progress, A : an introduction to the buildings associated with Mary Queen of Scots in the care of the Secretary of State for Scotland
Reformed by bishops Galloway, Orkney and Caithness
relations between the English and Scottish presbyterian movements to 1604, The
Scotland, 1689 to the present
Scotland. Church and nation through sixteen centuries
Scotland James V-James VII
Scotland's history, 1995:
Scotland, the later Middle Ages
Scotland the shaping of a nation
Scots overseas., The
Scottish reformation
Shetland life under Earl Patrick
Sixteenth-century Scotland. [Sound recording]
St. Andrews formulare 1514-1546
Who's who in Scottish history
Notes: 
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of London, 1938
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