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Džeimss V Stjuarts
Giacomo V di Scozia
Iacob al V-lea al Scoției
Iacobus V
Iacobus (V; König von Schottland)
Iago V, brenin yr Alban
Jaakko V
Jacobo V de Escocia
Jacobus V van Schotland
Jacques (I; Roi d'Ecosse)
Jacques (V.)
Jacques V d'Écosse
Jacques (V; roi d'Écosse)
Jaime V da Escócia
Jakob 5. af Skotland
Jakob V av Skottland
Jakob (V; König von Schottland)
Jakob (V; kung av Skottland)
Jakobo la 5-a
Jakobo V.a Eskoziakoa
Jakov V, kralj Škota
Jakub V
Jakub (V; (król Szkocji ;)
Jakub V. Skotský
James
James (I; Roi d'Ecosse)
James V của Scotland
James V dari Skotlandia
James (V; King of Scotland)
James (V; König von Schottland)
James (V; koning van Schotland)
James V o Scotland
James V od Škotske
James (V of Scotland.)
James V of Scotland (King of Scots)
James (V; re di Scozia)
James (V; roi d'Écosse)
Jaume V d'Escòcia
Jokūbas V
Séamas V, Rí na nAlbanach
Seumas V Alba
V. Jakab skót király
Ιάκωβος Ε΄ της Σκωτίας
Джеймс V
Џејмс V од Шкотске
Якаў V, кароль Шатландыі
Яків V
Яков V
ჯეიმზ V
ג'יימס החמישי, מלך סקוטלנד
جيمس الخامس ملك إسكتلندا
जेम्स ५
जेम्स पाचवा
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제임스 5세
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詹姆斯五世
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1512-1542). [m]
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Cochlaeus, Johannes (1479-1552))
Drummond, William (co-author)
Hannay, Robert Kerr
Hannay, Robert Kerr (co-author)
Hay, Denys (1915-....))
Jacques I (roi d'Écosse ; (1394-1437))
James I, King of Scotland (1394-1437)
Marie Stuart (reine d'Écosse ; (1542-1587))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Ramsay, Allan
Ruddiman, Thomas (1674-1757))
Scot, Alexander (co-author)
Scotland Sovereign (1513-1542 : James V) (see also from)
Walsh, John (co-author)
Titles: 
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. I, The
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. II, The
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. III, The
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. IV, The
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. V, The
British musical Miscellany, or the Delightful grove : being a collection of celebrated english and scotch songs, by the best masters set for the violin, German flute, the common flute and harpsicord. Vol. VI, The
Christ's kirk on the green In three cantos. Containing A very humorous Description of a Country Wedding, with a Squabble that ensued: also, how a Peace was made up, and a' things 'greed again. Written by King James the First, when confined a prisoner in England
Epistola Regis Scotorum ad Christianissimum Angliae et Franciae regem ante conflictum. Et responsum christianissimi Angliae et Franciae regis.
Epistolæ Jacobi Quarti, Jacobi Quinti, et Mariæ, regum Scotorum, eorumq; tutorum & regni gubernatorum; ad imperatores, reges, pontifices, principes, civitates, & alios, ab anno 1505, ad annum 1545.
gestis Scotorum, De
Historia Majorís Britanniæ, tam Anglie quam Scotie, per Joannem Majorem, nomíne quídem Scotum, professione autem theologum, e veterum monumentís concinnata..
James V Ad Scotorum Regem Iacobum Quintum strena
Kingis quair, The
lawes and actes of parliament maid be King James the first and his successours kings of Scotland visied collected and extracted furth of the register, The : The contentes of this buik are expreemed in the leafe following.
Letters of James 5
Letters of James V. Collected... by... Robert Kerr Hannay,... Edited by Denys Hay. Issued by the authority of the Lords commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury under the direction of the keeper of the Records of Scotland, The
Mary of Guise
old Scots poem of Chryste-Kirk on the green attempted in Latin heroic verse, The
poetic remains of some of the Scotish kings., The
Polemo-Middinia, carmen macaronicum, autore Gulielmo Drummundo... Accedit Jacobi id nominis Quinti, regis Scotorum, cantilena rustica, vulgo inscripta "Christs Kirk on the green". Recensuit notisque illustravit E. G. [Gibson.]
Pro Scotiae Regno Apologia Iohannis Cochlei Adversvs Personatum Alexandrum Alesium Scotum : Ad Sereniss. Scotoru[m] rege[m].
Scottish Poetry of the sixteenth century Sir David Lyndsay, John Bellenden, king James the fifth, sir Richard Maitland, Alexander Scot, Alexander Montgomerie
Two ancient Scottish poems : The gaberlunzie-man, and Christ's kirk on the green : with notes and observations
vera cometæ significatione, contra astrologorum omnium vanitatem libellus, nuper natus & æditus Johanne Ferrerio Pedemontano authore.., De
works of James I, King of Scotland Containing The King's quair, Christis Kirk of the grene, and Peblis to the play, The
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