Memoirs of my ancestors, a collection of genealogical memoranda

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1884
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Page 26 - Readily : that he and all his aftercummers may brack the samen, as a Pledge and Taiken of our Goodwill and Kindness for his Trew Worthiness ; And thir our Letters seen, ye naeways failzie to do.
Page 52 - Gentlemen, Haveing a call from God and his people to march into England...
Page 53 - Stuart's, party or adherents, but apprehend any such as shall make any disturbance, and send them into the next guarrison. And doe further desire yow to countenance and encourage the godly ministry, and all that truely feare God in the land. And that yow continue faithfull to owne and assert the interest of Parliamentary govermerit in the severall places and stations.
Page 52 - Parliaments, our antient constitution, and theirin the freedome and rights of the people of these three nations from arbitrary and tyrannicall usurpations upon their consciences, persons, and estates, and for a godly ministry...
Page 20 - Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution, by the Rev.
Page 40 - Mary of glorious and immortal! memory, and of the security of our religion and liberties by the settlement of the Crown upon the Illustrious House of Hanover ; and his zealous attachment to his Majesty King George II. and our present happy constitution in Church and State, we do admit the said Sir Andrew Agnew a member of the Club.
Page 30 - Scott arms are, or on a bend azure, a mullet between two crescents of the field ; motto,
Page 14 - ... revolving time threw in my way. Est tibi gravis adversaria constituta et parata, incredibilis quaedam expectatio: quam tu una re facillime vinces, si hoc statueris, quarum laudum gloriam adamaris, quibus artibus eae laudes comparantur, in iis esse laborandum. * * *********** ****** is gone to Brighton for the benefit of his health, which had been for some time in a very precarious state ; but I learn that he has found, what he could not, it seems, find in London, a physician, whose prescriptions...
Page 38 - ... Ireland. There is also a vast number of descendants from, and dependants on, this surname and family, of other denominations, of which those of most account are a sept termed Allans, or Mac,Allans, who are so called from Allan MacFarlane their predecessor, a younger son of one of the lairds of MacFarlane, who went to the north, and settled there several centuries ago. This sept is not only very numerous, but also divers of them of very good account, such as the families of Auchorrachan, Balnengown,...

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