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" kind might have been derived ; and whatever may have been their fate, whether intentionally destroyed, or allowed to perish by mere neglect, certain it is, that to these English records of our temporary national degradation are we now indebted for the... "
Instrumenta Publica, Sive Processus Super Fidelitatibus Et Homagiis Scotorum ... - Page xiv
edited by - 1834 - 183 pages
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...public Records of Scotland prior to that era has been preserved, and whatever may have been their fate, certain it is, that to these English Records of our...Kingdom towards the close of the thirteenth century.” ¿ “This singular document, so often quoted and referred to, was never printed in extenso.” Cardinal...
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...public Records of Scotland prior to that era has been preserved, and whatever may have been their fate, certain it is, that to these English Records of our...Kingdom towards the close of the thirteenth century." *,* " This singular document, so often quoted and referred to, was never printed in txteiao." Edinburgh....
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