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Bourbon and Stuart
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This was originally published in by George Philip. Bourbon and Stuart: Kings and Kingship in France and England in the Seventeenth Century by Miller, John. Franklin Watts, Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. HARDCOVER; small tear at top of dustjacket; lower rear corner of cover bumped, o/w book in very good condition.
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Bourbon and Stuart is essential reading for anyone interested in the seventeenth century and the key personalities of the age. John Miller is Reader in History, Queen Mary College, University of London.
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It’s obviously natural that a bartender who lives in Kentucky, where almost all bourbon is made, would be at. At the start of Edgar-winner Woods's glossy 33rd Stone Barrington novel (after Insatiable Appetites), the bourbon-sipping lawyer and aviator takes possession of a brand-new private jet on a chilly.The House of Stuart, originally Stewart, was a European royal house of Scotland with Breton origin.
They had held the office of High Steward of Scotland since Walter fitz Alan (appx ). The royal Stewart line was founded by Robert II whose descendants were kings and queens of Scotland from until the union with England in Founder: Walter Fitzalan (c. –). The 36th Stone Barrington novel by Stuart Woods, "Scandalous Behavior," debuted at #1 on the bestseller lists, as -six novels featuring one character is a lot, although it’s not a record—there are examples of books series that span hundreds of books, although most of those feature a mixture of authors.