Medieval and Early Modern Sources Online (MEMSO) provides a large and growing resource of essential medieval and early modern sources online. It is an excellent way to access a large library of books essential to the study of medieval and early modern England, Scotland and Ireland. Includes selections of annals and chronicles, calendars and registers, saints’ lives, Rolls’ Series and HMC reports and Statutes of the Realm.
Free resource. "Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707 (RPS) is a fully searchable database containing the proceedings of the Scottish parliament from the first surviving act of 1235 to the union of 1707....by researchers from the Scottish Parliament Project based in the School of History at the University of St Andrews ....
The inclusion of new parliaments and conventions of estates, committee records, parliamentary minutes and additional material makes the online edition the most comprehensive record of Scottish parliamentary proceedings ever available. All the sources which make up the proceedings of the pre-1707 Scottish parliament are fully cited and an extensive editorial apparatus included, enabling for the first time a proper understanding of the many and varied sources which make up Scotland’s parliamentary record... parallel translation of the original Latin, French and Scots text into English and standardisation of place and personal names, where [possible]...
Information pages from the UK parliament website "Here we look at the relationship between the two independent kingdoms of England and Scotland in the 16th and 17th centuries. We explore the critical period leading up to the passing of Acts of Union by both parliaments what happened afterwards, and the development of a British identity."
Print resources on Level 1
Cw UK Scotl 20 1908 The acts of the parliaments of Scotland, 1424-1707 (rev.ed., 1908)
Cw UK Scotl 20 1966 The acts of the parliaments of Scotland, 1424-1707 (2nd. rev.ed. 1966)
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