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Title: The Press and Military Conflict in Early Modern Scotland
Author(s): Mann, Alastair
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Editor(s): Murdock, S
Mackillop, A
Citation: Mann A (2002) The Press and Military Conflict in Early Modern Scotland. In: Murdock S & Mackillop A (eds.) Fighting for Identity: Scottish Military Experience c.1550-1900. History of Warfare, 15. Leiden: Brill, pp. 265-286.
Keywords: Printing press
Scottush History
book trade
Issue Date: 2002
Date Deposited: 12-Jan-2017
Series/Report no.: History of Warfare, 15
Abstract: This essay explores the engagement of the press and printers in the military campaigns of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries focusing especially on the Covenanters and Jacobites. Particular emphasis is placed on the involvement of printers themselves and on how they persisted in spite of the efforts of oppositional authority.
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