Rob Roy, 1671-1734. -- Early works to 1800. : 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.
Rob Roy, 1671-1734 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Notorious crimes, trials and executions [electronic resource] : comprising biographical sketches of the life and offences of various celebrated and atrocious characters, who have violated the laws of their country, consisting of traitors, murderers, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, impostors, regicides, adulterers, conspirators, marauders, sharpers, pickpockets and offenders of all descriptions : also remarks on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, moral reflections and observations on particular cases, an account of the various modes of punishments of criminals in different parts of the world, the speeches, confessions and last exclamations of sufferers &c., &c. / edited and compiled by John Brown.