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B., E.. The highland rogue: Or, The memorable actions of the celebrated Robert Mac-Gregor, commonly called Rob-Roy. Containing a genuine account of his education, grandeur, and sudden misfortune; his commencing robber, and being elected captain of a formidable gang; his exploits on the highway, breaking upon houses, taking prisoners, commencing judge, and levying taxes; his defence of his manner of living; his dispute with a Scotch parson open predestination; his joining with the Earl of Marr in the rebellion; his being decoy'd and imprison'd by the Duke of --------, with the manner of his escape, &c. Introduc'd with a relation of the unequal'd villanies of the clan of the Mac-gregors for several years past. The whole impartially digested from the memorandums of an authentick Scotch MS.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25309, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25309. Accessed 2024-06-21.

@book{ wphp_25309
  author={B.,E.},
  year={1723},
  title={The highland rogue: Or, The memorable actions of the celebrated Robert Mac-Gregor, commonly called Rob-Roy. Containing a genuine account of his education, grandeur, and sudden misfortune; his commencing robber, and being elected captain of a formidable gang; his exploits on the highway, breaking upon houses, taking prisoners, commencing judge, and levying taxes; his defence of his manner of living; his dispute with a Scotch parson open predestination; his joining with the Earl of Marr in the rebellion; his being decoy'd and imprison'd by the Duke of --------, with the manner of his escape, &c. Introduc'd with a relation of the unequal'd villanies of the clan of the Mac-gregors for several years past. The whole impartially digested from the memorandums of an authentick Scotch MS.},
  publisher={Jane Billingsley \& James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& Anne Dodd I \& Joseph Fox I},
  address={London},    }

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