The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, Volume 4

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H.M. General Register House, 1902 - Scotland
 

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Page xix - England, he said, he had maturely considered that " als weill in thankf ulnesse to Almighty God as for the benefite of all our loving subjects we ought no longer to neglect that great blessing offered unto us in the great abundance of fishe upon all the coasts of these Yllands. To the end we may at lenth injoy with more honnour these rights whiche properlie belong to our imperiall crowne and ar vsurped by strangers, We have considered of a way whiche in tyme by God's favour may produce this good...
Page 384 - ... said Lords in this service, humbelie desyring, thairfor, the saids Lords, be Act of Counsell, to approve and allow of his said service, and to give order for recall and tymous payment to him of his debursements, according to his accompt, lykeas at more lenth is conteanit in the said supplication ; quhilk being read, heard, and considderit be the saids Lords, and they advised thairwith, the Lords of Secret Counsell allowes and approves of the said supplicant his service foresaid, and hes recommendit,...
Page 29 - James, be the grace of God, King of Great Britane, France, and Ireland, defendar of the faith...
Page xvii - At that moment 10,000 persons were engaged in the working of both. Should the production of salt be largely diminished, the result must be a proportionate decrease in the output of coal. " Without the benefit of the salt...
Page xxi - Charles for the success of his enterprise, that he added a postscript in his own hand, in which he said : " This is a worke of so great good to both my kingdomes that I have thought good by these few lynes of my owne hand seriouslie to recommend it unto yow. The furthering or hindering of whiche will ather oblige me or disoblige me more then anie one business that hes happened in my tyme.
Page 299 - Barronets, being verie dcsyreous that he should not suffer therin, bot that both he and others may be encouraged to prosecute the good begining that is made, as we hartelie thank all such as hath contribute ther ayde by contracting with him for advanceing of the said work alreadie, Our pleasur is that yow seriouslie consider, either amongst yow all, or by a Committie of such as ar best affectionat towards that work, how it may be...
Page 323 - ... that there be ane correspondence with England in the copper coyne as is alreadie in gold and siluer'.
Page 57 - ... all the public writts and records of that kingdome ar past his Majesties name as King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland; and thairfoir humblie to intreate his Majestie to give warrand to his Majesteis Counsell that all infeftments, patents, letters and writts passing herafter under his Majesteis name be conceaved under the name and style of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, and that the style of Great Britane be forborne.60 This instruction from the Scottish...
Page 57 - Britane receaved there, bot all the public writts and records of that kingdome ar past his Majesties name as King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland...
Page xliii - King used him with so much tender kindness that his carriage spoke more of the affection of a friend, than of the power of a master, and that none had more of the King's heart than he possessed.

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