Letter from James Renwick to Robert Hamilton in Leeuwarden of 8 July, 1682.
The following letter was written in the aftermath of the Societies’ third convention at Talla Linn on 15 June, 1682.
At that time, Renwick was the clerk of the Societies’ convention.
The letter was sent in response to a letter from Andrew Henderson, who was one of the assassins of the Archbishop of St Andrews in 1679.
It mentions that Robert Hamilton will soon see ‘E’, his brother-in-law, Alexander Gordon of Earlstoun, who had recently been sent to London, but was now expected to travel to Hamilton in Leeuwarden.
This letter is printed in Carslaw (ed.), Life and Letters, 7-9.