Reliquiae antiquae Scoticae, illustrative of civil and ecclesiastical affairs [ed.] from orig. MSS. [by G.R. Kinloch]. (Google eBook)

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1848
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Page 45 - ... sit sede indultum, quod interdici, suspendi vel excommunicari non possint per litteras apostolicas non facientes plenam et expressam ac de verbo ad verbum de indulto huiusmodi mentionem...
Page 46 - Nulli ergo omnino hominum liceat hanc paginam nostre absolutionis restitutionis repositionis reintegrationis abolitionis dis^ solutionis et concessionis infringere, vel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis autem hoc attemptare presumpserit indignationem omnipotentis Dei ac Beatorum Petri et Pauli Apostolorum ejus se noverit incursurum. Datum Rome apud Sanctum Petrum Anno Incarnationis Dominice Millesimo quadringentesimo nonagesimo octavo quarto Idus Junii -, Pontificatus Nostri anno Sexto.
Page 181 - Roxburghe Revels, and other relative papers, including Answers to the attack on the Memory of the late Joseph Haslewood, with specimens of his literary productions.
Page 172 - PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE HISTORY, PRIVILEGES, and Possessions of the Scottish Knights Templars, and their successors the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem, &c.
Page 174 - BLAIR, one of the Ministers of Edinburgh, on the Improvement of Psalmody in Scotland, by DR JAMES BEATTIE.
Page 176 - NOTES OF CHARTERS, &c., by the Right Hon. THOMAS EARL OF MELROSE, afterwards EARL OF HADDINGTON, to the Vassals of the Barony of DREM, from 1615 to 1627 ; with an Introductory Notice, by JOHN BLACK GRACIE.
Page 110 - Scotie in feodo et hereditate imperpetuum per omnes rectas metas suas antiquas et diuisas prout jacent in longitudine et latitudine in boscis planis moris maresiis viis semitis aquis stagnis...
Page 179 - Argyle, 1704-1717, &c., including the BURNBANK PAPERS, 1710-1723. Letters which passed between the Hon. Col. Campbell of Burnbank, Son of Archibald 9th Earl of Argyle, and his Wife, the Hon. Margaret Leslie, Daughter of David first Lord Newark, and Anne Countess of Moray, to Mrs. Campbell of Burnbank, &c. ; with curious Biographical Notices, Notes. Sm. 4to. Edinburgh, Stevenson, 1834 "A most curious, and, historically speaking, invaluable work.
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