CASE OF THE RIGHT HON. ALEXANDER, EARL OF STIRLING AND DOVAN, RESPECTING HIS LORDSHIP'S TITLE TO NOVA SCOTIA, AND OTHER TERRITORIAL POSSESSIONS IN NORTH AMERICA: CONTAINING A NARRATIVE OF THE PROCEEDINGS TAKEN ON HIS LORDSHIP'S BEHALF FOR THE RESTITUTION OF THE PROPERTY, WITH OBSERVATIONS THEREON.

London. 1833. [4],92pp. plus two folding facsimiles. Dbd. Else clean and very good. Item #WRCAM19991

Sir William Alexander, who became Earl of Stirling, was given the grant to Nova Scotia in 1621 by his good friend James I. Had his planned Scottish colony succeeded, Alexander may have changed the course of English settlement in North America. This scarce work presents documentary evidence in support of Alexander's title to Nova Scotia. SABIN 9355. TPL 1764. LANDE 72.

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