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ESSAY ON BORDER ANTIQUITIES 1
Appendix No 1
PROVINCIAL ANTIQUITIES OF SCOTLAND
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afterwards ancient Angus antiquary antiquity appears arms authority barons battle beautiful Berwick betwixt Border Borthwick Borthwick Castle Braid Hills Britons building called Celtic chancellor chapel chief church clans Crichton Castle crown Dalkeith death defence Drummond Duke Duke of Albany Dunbar Dunnotter Earl of Bothwell Earl of Douglas Earl of Mar Edinburgh Edinburgh Castle enemy England English erected fortress frequently frontier garrison hands Honnouris honour inhabitants Jedburgh John Jonson king king's kingdom Knight Knight of Liddesdale Laird land Leith Liddesdale Linlithgow Lord Lord Borthwick Lothian Majesty manner marches ment monarch moss-troopers neighbouring noble Northumberland occasion Ogilvy palace Parliament party period person possession present prisoner probably Queen regalia reign remained rendered residence Roman royal rude ruins Saint Saxon sceptre Scotland Scots Scottish Scottish Border seems Seton side silver plaitt stone sword Tantallon tion tower town tribes usually wall warden