Primary Sources ~ Scotish Peers and Gentry

Severall speeches, spoken by the right honourable the Earle of Loudoun, Lord high Chancellor of Scotland (1646) by John Campbell
The last discourse of the Right Honble the Lord Warestoune, as he delivered it upon the scafford at the Mercat-Cross of Edinburgh, July 22. 1663 (1664) by Archibald Johnston
The Lord Chancellor of Scotland his speech to the King in Newcastle concerning the propositions for peace, Jvly, 1646 (1646) by John Campbell
The Lord Lovvden his learned and wise speech in the Vpper House of Parliament in Scotland, September 9. 1641 (1641) by John Campbell
The Lord Marques of Argyle’s speech to a grand committee of both Houses of Parliament, the 25th of this instant June, 1646 (1646) by Archibald Campbell
The Marques of Argyll his defences against the grand indytement of high treason, exhibited against him to the Parliament in Scotland. (1661) by Archibald Campbell
The Marquess of Argile his answer to his charge sent unto him in the Castle of Edinburgh, the 28. of January. (1661) by Archibald Campbell
The Marquess of Argyle his petition to the Parliament of Scotland (1661) by Archibald Campbell
The Marquesse of Argyle his speech concerning the King, the Covenant, and peace or warre betweene both kingdomes (1648) by Archibald Campbell
The speech and plea of Archibald Marquesse of Argyle to the Parliament of Scotland at Edinburgh on the 5 (1661) by Archibald Campbell
The speech of His Grace, the Duke of Lauderdale, His Majesties High-Commissioner from the kingdom of Scotland, to the Parliament there, the twelfth of November, 1673 (1673) by John Maitland
The speech of His Grace, the Earle of Lauderdale, His Majesties High-commissioner for the Parliament of Scotland delivered in Parliament the nineteenth day of October, 1669 (1669) by John Maitland
The speech of the late Marquiss of Argyll upon the scaffold May 27· 1661 (1661) by Archibald Campbell
To the Kings Most Excellent Majesty the humble petition of Archibald Marquess of Argyle (1661) by Archibald Campbell
Two speeches of the Lord Chancellour of Scotland (1646) by John Campbell