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 Ingoldsby, Thomas.James I. of Scotland (b. Dunfermline, 1391; d. Perth, February 20th, 1437). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
James I. of England (b. Edinburgh, June 19th, 1566; d. March 27th, 1625).
 
“Essays of a Prentice in the Divine Art of Poesie” (1584); “Majesty’s Poetical Exercises” (1591); “Demonologie” (1597); “Basilikon Doron” (1599); “Triplici Nodo Triplex Cuneus” (1605); “Remonstrance for the Right of Kings” (1615); “A Counterblaste to Tobacco” (1616). Prose Works (1616). See Arber’s reprints: also “Lives” by Wilson (1653), Sanderson (1656), Harris (1753), Laing (1804), Thompson (1825); Nichol’s “Progresses, etc., of James I.” (1829); D’Israeli’s “Inquiry into the Literary and Political Character of James I.” (1816); and S. R. Gardiner’s “History of England from the Accession of James I.”   1
 


 Ingoldsby, Thomas.James I. of Scotland (b. Dunfermline, 1391; d. Perth, February 20th, 1437). 

 
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