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" Which was thought a precedent, never one being hanged for the like before; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if they had been lost among the people,... "
The Historie and Cronicles of Scotland: From the Slauchter of King James the ... - Page 474
by Robert Lindsay - 1899
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Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution, Volume 1

Scotland - 1858
...like before; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the Earl of Morton and his predecessors.' — May. R. At the fall of Morton, less than two years after,...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution, Volume 1

Scotland - 1858
...like before; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the Earl of Morton and his predecessors.' —Moy. R. At the fall of Morton, less than two years after,...
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Notes & Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1859
...before : and, in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the earl of Morton and his predecessors." " 1584. — Upon the 2d day of December, a baxter's [baker's]...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Rebellion of 1745

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1885 - 416 pages
...like before; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the Earl of Morton and his predecessors.'— May. R. At the fall of Morton, less than two years after,...
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History of the Bassandyne Bible, the First Printed in Scotland: With Notices ...

William T. Dobson - Printing - 1887 - 232 pages
...before ; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the Earl of Morton and his predecessors." " Some people alleged that the King was never inclined to pardon...
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Scot. Text S., Volume 27; Volume 43

Scottish literature - 1899
...rehersit dyvers sorts of wrong that Morton had sustenit, and besydes thame all thair was a poeticall malice in hand," and then relates the case of William...husband put to death at Stirling for a ballad entitled ' Daff and dow nothing.' 313. 21. Vpone the secund day of marche the zeir of god Im v« Ixxiij zeiris...
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A history of English balladry: and other studies

Frank Egbert Bryant - Ballads, Englishs - 1913 - 443 pages
...like before; and in the meantime, at the scattering of the people, there were ten or twelve despiteful letters and infamous libels in prose, found, as if...lost among the people, tending to the reproach of the Earl of Morton and his predecessors.' Mag. R. — At the fall of Morton less than two years after,...
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