The Historie and Cronicles of Scotland: From the Slauchter of King James the First to the Ane Thousande Fyve Hundreith Thrie Scoir Fyftein Zeir, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Society, 1899 - Scotland - 414 pages
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Page 407 - wither it was man or woman.' The messenger said ' it was ane fair douchter.' The king ansuerit and said: 'Adew, fair weill, it come witht ane lase, it will pase witht ane lase.' And so he recommendit himself to the marcie of Almightie God, and spak ane lyttill then frome that tyme fourtht, bot turnit his bak into his lordis and his face into the wall. At this tyme Dawid Bettoun, cardienall of Scottland, standing in presentis of the king, seing him begin to faill of his strength and...
Page 244 - ... ane phairs or ane play sum be speikin sum be craft of Igramancie quhilk causit men to sie thingis aper quhilk was nocht. And so at the hennest bancat pheirs and play vpone the thrid day thair come ane clwdd out of the rwffe of the hall as appeirit to men and opnit and cleikkit vp the blak lady...
Page cxxvii - God ane thousand fyve hundredth four scoir yeiris, betuix the pretendit ministers of the deformed kirk in Scotland and Nicol Burne...
Page cxxvi - Again in 1541, folio, with the following title, The History and Croniklis of Scotland, with the Cosmography and Description thairof. Compilit be the Noble Clerk, Maister Hector Boece, Channon of Aberdeene. Translatit laitly in...
Page 291 - Edinburgh and thair advyssit with his consall quhat was best to be done in this matter and how he...
Page cxxxviii - Tragédie, 132. Comparing this with what has been said as to MB and ND, we may lay it down as a principle, that the Northern tongue has a repugnance to the combination of the nasals M, N, NG, with their cognate mutes, B, D, and G.
Page 259 - ... could in no wayis be sen nor comprehendit, bot wanischit away as he had bene ane blink of the sone or ane quhipe of the whirle wind and could no more be seine.
Page 258 - —ie, bald. done, and the king panssit on thir wordis studeing to gif him ane ansuer bot in the meane tyme befor the kingis face, and in presentis of all his lordis that was about him for the tyme this man wanischit away and...
Page 379 - ... instantlie and thair appeirit ane fair lady most lyke ane angell havand the keyis of haill Scotland in hir handis deliuerand thame into the quens grace in signe and taikin that all the heartis of Scottland was opnit to the ressawing of hir grace...
Page cxxvi - That is to say, an cömone and catholik instructioun of the christin people in materis of our catholik faith and religioun, quhilk na gud christin man or woman suld...

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