The Covenanter Encyclopaedia PB
The struggle of the Covenanters to uphold the Protestant Reformation began with the signing of the National Covenant in 1638. Many thousands of brave men and women either went to theie death, or suffered other cruel punishments such as banishment or imprisonment, while upholding the principle of religious liberty. This book, by a leading authority, is one of the most comprehensive works ever published on the Covenanters and covers an impressive range of subjects. Lavishly illustrated, with eight paintings, photographs and illustrations.