Title: Memoirs of North-Britain; taken from authentick writings, as well manuscript as printed. In which it is prov'd, that the Scots nation have always been zealous in the defence of the Protestant religion and liberty. Containing, I. An Account of the Cruelties exercis'd by the Tories, against the Protestants, in King Charles's and King James's Reigns. II. Of the Tryals and Murder of the Earl of Argyle, and Robert Bailie of Jerviswood Esq;. III. Of the Revolution, and Dundee's Rebellion. IV. Of Glenco's Death, and the Darien Colony; with a Vindication of King William's Honour and Justice therein. V. Of the Designs of the Jacobites in Opposing the Union, and of their Invasion-Plot after it. VI. The Agreement between the English and Scots Tories, since the Change of the Old Ministry, in their Attempts against the Protestant Succession.