Genealogie of the Sainteclaires of Rosslyn

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T. G. Stevenson, 1835 - Scotland - 176 pages
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Page 54 - ... adeo libere et quiete, plenarie, integre et honorifice, bene et in pace, in omnibus et per omnia, sicut...
Page 28 - Master's writtings, passed to the head of the dungeon where they were, and threw out fower great trunks where they were. The news of this fire comeing to the Prince his ears, through the lamentable cries of the ladys and gentlewomen, and the sight thereof...
Page 26 - ... gentlemen, who accompanied her in all her journeys. She had carried before her, when she went to Edinburgh, if it were darke, eighty lighted torches. Her lodging was at the foot of Blackfryer Wynde ; so that in a word, none matched her in all the country, save the Queen's Majesty.
Page 27 - The foundation of this rare worke he caused to be laid in the year of our Lord 1446, and to the end the worke might be the more rare : first, he caused the draughts to be drawn upon Eastland...
Page 128 - ... spectare valentibus quomodolibet in futurum libere quiete plenarie integre honorifice bene et in pace sine aliquo impedimento revocatione contradictione aut olistaculo aliquali.
Page 138 - There are two towers which were allowed them for their residence, the one called Robin Hood, the other Little John.
Page iv - And in sublimcr regions shines. Let us, whom ties fraternal bind, Beyond the rest of human kind, Like St Clair live, like St Clair die, Then join the Eternal Lodge on high.
Page 81 - ... suis quibuscunque forma pariter et effectu in omnibus et per omnia approbamus ratificamus et pro nobis et...
Page xii - Talbot, hath made out his claim to the title, honour, and dignity of Earl of Shrewsbury.
Page 110 - And these words in his melancholy, and as it were carried away in a trance, repeated he from time to time, to the very hour of his death.

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