Edinburgh: Printed fro George Begg Merchant in Montrose. 1767. , 123 pp. Paginated with even numbers on the recto, odd on the verso. Half-title present, which notes "Price one Shilling and three-Pence the fine, and one Shilling the course Copy." Tailpiece concludes text. 6-3/4" x 4-3/8". Disbound, now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Bit of age-toning. Binding remnants along spine. Very Good. Item #48267
"Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat, nicknamed 'the Fox', was a Scottish Jacobite and Chief of Clan Fraser of Lovat, known for his feuding and changes of allegiance. In 1715, he had been a supporter of the House of Hanover, but in 1745 he changed sides and supported the Stuart claim on the crown of the United Kingdom. Lovat was among the Highlanders defeated at the Battle of Culloden and convicted of treason against the Crown, following which he was sentenced to death and subsequently beheaded." [Wiki].