Hunted and Harried A Tale of the Scottish Covenanters

Hunted and Harried A Tale of the Scottish Covenanters Summary

The treatment of the Scottish Covenanters by the British crown under the Stuart dynasty in the seventeenth century is a subject to which little space has ever been afforded in history books, yet that story goes a long way toward illustrating why religious worship needs to remain free of state control. Written in the nineteenth century by R. M. Ballantyne, this novel is a sympathetic portrayal of what is termed the "killing time" in Anglo-Scottish relations. (Amazon)



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