The Miscellany of the Spalding Club, Volume 1

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Club, 1841 - Scotland
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Contents

Exemptioun of the Gudwyfe of Cloak and hir Dochter
163
Dittay against Christen Mitchell
164
Dittay against Bessie Thorn
166
Dittay against Issobel Barroun
168
Assize on Christen Mitchell Bessie Thorn and Issobell Barroun
169
Dittay against Marioun Grant
170
Dittay against Christian Reid
172
Dittay against Katherine Gerard
174
Extracts from the Diary of the Reverend John
345
Order by Lord Lewis Gordon Lord Leuitinant of the Countys of Banff and Aberdeen
401
XVIII Letters from the Laird of Pittodrie to the Laird of Stony wood
418
Letter the Town Clerk of Inverury to the Laird of Stonywood
421
Letter Mr Hugh Innes at Kings College to the Laird of Stony wood
422
Letter the Laird of Blelack to the Laird of Stonywood
423
Letter the Laird of Pitfoddels to the Laird of Stonywood
424
Letter the Laird of Blelack to the Laird of Stonywood
425
Letter the Laird of Lonmay to the Laird of Stonywood
426
Letter the Laird of Blelack to the Laird of Stonywood
427
Letter the Laird of Lonmay to the Laird of Stonywood
428
Letter the Duke of Perth to the Laird of Stonywood
429
Letter Lady Tallasker to the Laird of Stonywood
430
Letter the Duke of Perth to Lord Lewis Gordon
431
XXXIL Letter the Earl of Kin tore to the Lairds of Lonmay and Stony wood
433
Letter Donald Farquharson of Auchriachan to the Laird of Stony wood
434
Letter the Lord Arbuthnott to the Laird of Stonywood
435
Letter Lord George Murray to the Laird of Stonywood
436
Letter Lord Lewis Drummond to the Laird of Stonywood
437
Letter Sir James Kinloch to the Laird of Stonywood
438
Letter John Murray of Broughton to the Laird of Stonywood
439
Index to the Miscellany
441

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Page 77 - A custome lothsome to the eye, hatefull to the Nose, harmefull to the braine, dangerous to the Lungs, and in the blacke stinking fume thereof, neerest resembling the horrible Stigian smoke of the pit that is bottomlesse.
Page 11 - Committee, shall be ever afterwards exempt from any annual subscription. XVII. — Any member of the Club, who, after the expiry of three years from his admission, shall intimate to the Council his desire to withdraw from the same, or who shall be two years in arrear of his annual subscription, shall thereupon cease to be a member. XVIII. — The Committee of the Council may appoint Local Secretaries in such places and with such powers as to them shall seem expedient, every Local Secretary being...
Page 25 - The Reverend Arthur Ranken, Old Deer. John Richards, Junior, FSA, Reading. The Duke of Richmond, KG Thomas Risk, Banker, Paisley. Alexander Robertson, Sheffield. George Robertson, Merchant, Liverpool.
Page 9 - SPALDING CLUB, For the printing of the Historical, Ecclesiastical, Genealogical, Topographical, and Literary Remains of the North-Eastern Counties of Scotland.
Page 10 - XIII. That every Member not in arrear of his Annual Subscription, shall be entitled to One Copy of every Work published by the Society during that year. XIV. That the Members shall be invited to contribute or recommend Works for publication. XV. That Editors of Works...
Page 25 - John Philip, Bookbinder, Aberdeen. John Phillip, Artist, London. Alexander Pirie of Waterton. Alexander Pirie, Junior, Aberdeen. Francis Pirie, Manufacturer, Aberdeen. Patrick Pirie, Junior, Aberdeen. The Reverend William R. Pirie, Dyce. Robert Pitcairn, WS, Edinburgh. Charles Innes Pocock, Bristol. JC Porterfield of Porterfield, Glasgow.
Page 11 - Subscriptions, by payment of 10 over and above his Subscription for the current year. XIX. That every Member of the Society who shall intimate to the Council his desire to withdraw from the same, or who shall not pay his Subscription for the current year within three Months after his Election, or after such Subscription shall have become due, shall thereupon cease to be a Member of the Society. XX. That...
Page 357 - This, with many men throughout the town firing guns and pistols, and a convention of them on Castle Street, before the place where Stonywood was drinking, did, in the open street, drink all the loyal healths with a discharge of such arms as they had. 22d November. Poor Chalmers the printer is from home, not yet able to walk on his strained leg he got jumping a window to escape the ruffians Saturday was eight days. This last night they have committed great outrages in his house, breaking open an outer...
Page 23 - Edinburgh. Dr. M'Laren, Crathie. Alexander M'Neill, Advocate, Edinburgh. Cluny Macpherson of Cluny. George M'Pherson, Gibston. Hugh M'Pherson, MD, King's College, Aberdeen. Lord Medwyn. George Melvin, Master of Robert Gordon's Hospital, Aberdeen. James Melvin, LL.D., Rector of the Grammar School, Aberdeen. John Menzies of Pitfoddels. The Reverend P. Merson, Academy, Elgin.
Page 121 - Thow affermis that the Quene of Elphen hes a grip of all the craft, but Christsondy [the devil] is the guidman, and hes all power vnder God, and that thow kennis sindrie deid men in thair cumpanie, and that the kyng that deit in Flowdoun and Thomas Rymour is their.'- — Spalding Club Miscellany, i.

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