Place of publication London unless otherwise stated. Though the Club is an English body, its publications are not listed in Mullins, T & C, as the majority of them are of a literary nature. But the publications contain a substantial number of volumes of historical sources relating to Scotland, and these are listed here, together with publications relating to Stuart and Jacobite history, though these are not all specifically Scottish. The numbering is that adopted by the Club: see N. Barker, The publications of the Roxburghe Club, 1814-1962 (1964).
Newes from Scotland, declaring the damnable life of Doctor Fian, a notable sorcerer, who was burned at Edenbrough in Ianuarie last, 1591.
Proceedings in the court-martial, held upon John, Master of Sinclair, captain-lieutenant in Preston's Regiment, for the murder of Ensign Schaw of the same regiment, and Captain Schaw, of the Royals, 17th October 1708.
Memoirs of the secret services of John Macky, esq., during the reigns of King William, Queen Anne, and King George I.
Including, also, The true secret history of the rise, promotions, etc. of the English and Scots nobility; officers, civil, military, naval, and other persons of distinction, from the Revolution. In their respective characters at large; drawn up by Mr Macky, pursuant to the direction of Her Royal Highness the Princess Sophia.
Published from his original manuscript as attested by his son Spring Macky, esq.