Publications, Issue 94, Volume 1

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Page xi - We do not know them in the fountain, but in the stream; not in the root, but in the stem; for we know not which is the mean man that did rise above the vulgar.
Page 87 - JAMES, be the Grace of God King of Scottis, to all and sindry quhom it efferis.
Page xxxiv - Alexander Dei gratia rex Scottorum omnibus probis hominibus tocius terre fue clericis et laicis falutem...
Page v - GEORGE BRODIE, ESQ. CHARLES DASHWOOD BRUCE, ESQ. O. TYNDALL BRUCE, ESQ. THE DUKE OF BUCCLEUCH AND QUEENSBERRY. VERY REV. DEAN RICHARD BUTLER. SIR HUGH HUME CAMPBELL, BART. JAMES CAMPBELL, ESQ. THOMAS CARNEGY, ESQ.
Page xliv - ... in futurum Et adeo libere quiete plenarie integre honorifice bene et in pace in omnibus et per omnia sicut...
Page xxvi - On which day the Queen came to it in her robes and crowned — the Duke carrying the crown, Argyll the sceptre, and Murray the sword/ when ' she made in English an oration publiquely there.
Page vi - ESQ. THE EARL OF HADDINGTON. THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND BRANDON. SIR THOMAS BUCHAN HEPBURN, BART. JAMES MAITLAND HOG, ESQ. RIGHT HON. JOHN HOPE, LORD JUSTICE-CLERK. COSMO INNES, ESQ. DAVID IRVING, LL.D. HON. JAMES IVORY, LORD IVORY. SIR HENRY JARDINE.
Page 25 - ... of perfonis Or yit to fend advertifmentis or direft hir intelligence with ony levand perfonis / except in ther awin prefence and audience Or be the commandiment and direftioun of the Lordis underfubfcrivand or ane part of thame reprefenting the counfall at Edinburgh or utherwife quhair thai fall refort for the tyme As thai will anfuer to God and upon thair dewitie to the commoun weill of this cuntrie Kepand thir prefentis for thair warrand / Attour the faidis Lordis and utheris underfubfcrivand...
Page vii - HON. SIR JW MONCREIFF, BART., LORD MONCREIFF. JAMES PATRICK MUIRHEAD, ESQ. HON. SIR JOHN A. MURRAY, LORD MURRAY. WILLIAM MURRAY, ESQ. ROBERT NASMYTH, ESQ. CHARLES NEAVES, ESQ.
Page xiv - Douglases with that diocese, to which they had already given a bishop, and perhaps also with that great family of the north, the De Moravias, with whom they had arms in common, and of whom old Wyntoun says, — Of Murrawe and the Dowglas, How that thare begynnyng was, Syn syndry men spekis syndryly I can put that in na story.

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