Tracts illustrative of the traditionary & historical antiquities of Scotland (Google eBook)

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J. Stillie, 1723 - Scotland - 495 pages
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The volume is from 1836, not 1723

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Page 343 - why have you caused to do this wicked deed to me, considering that I took you from low estate, and made you my husband?" "I have good reason for me...
Page 41 - Rex Fideique Defensor Omnibus probis hominibus totius terrae suae clericis et laicis salutem Sciatis nos...
Page 334 - Complices, to the Noble and Mighty Prince Henry, King of Scotland, husband to our Sovereign Lady : which Articles the said Persons offer with most humility, lowliness, and service to the said Noble Prince, for whom to God they pray, &f.
Page 18 - ... juste spectare valentibus in futurum Adeo libere et quiete plenarie integre et honorifice in omnibus et per omnia / sicut dictus Johannes dictas terras et annuos redditus cum i [From a transcript in the General Register House, collated with the original in the Culte...
Page 343 - Since yon fellow Davie fell in credit and familiarity with your Majesty, ye regarded me not, neither treated me nor entertained me after your wonted fashion; for every day before dinner, and after dinner, ye would come to my chamber and pass time with me, and thus long time ye have not done so and when I come to your Majesty's chamber, ye bear me little company, except Davie had been the third marrow : and after supper your Majesty hath a use to set at the cards with the said Davie till one or...
Page 153 - Comitibus Jacobo de Douglas domino de Dalketh . Thoma de Erskyne consanguineis nostris dilectis militibus et Alexandro de...
Page 344 - LORRAIN, and her uncles in France, besides the Pope's Holiness, with many other Princes in ITALY. The said Lord answered, that these noble Princes were over-great personages to meddle with such a poor man as he was, being her Majesty's own subject...
Page 348 - That he would bear no quarrel for that cause, but would forgive him and all others for God's sake ; and as to that ring, it had no more virtue than another, and was one little ring with a pointed diamond in it.
Page 356 - Lords, and Barons to arise on their feet. And afterwards her Majesty desired them to make their own security in that sort they pleased best, and she should subscribe the same. Thereafter her Majesty took the King by the one hand, and the Earl of MURRAY by the other, and walked in her said utter chamber the space of one hour; and then her Majesty passed into her inner chamber...
Page 348 - Majesty's self and your privy persons, albeit the nobility bare the pains and expences. Well, said her Majesty, ye find great fault with me, I will be contented to set down my crown before the lords of the articles; and if they find I have offended, to give it where they please.

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