Miscellany of the Maitland club: consisting of original papers and other documents illustrative of the history and literature of Scotland... (Google eBook)

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Maitland, 1840 - Scotland
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Page 6 - ... efter our awin scottis use and with legendis of ' Scottis sanctis as is now gaderit and ekit be ane Reverend fader in ' god and our traist consalour Williame...
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