A History of Greater Britain as Well England as Scotland, Volume 10

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Printed at the University Press by T. and A. Constable for the Scottish History Society, 1892 - Great Britain - 476 pages
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Page 154 - Thy wife shall be as the fruitful vine upon the walls of thine house ; thy children like the olive-branches round about thy table. Lo, thus shall the man be blessed that feareth the Lord ' 2 . And, applying this argument a contrario, he
Page 477 - Presented to the Society by the Earl of Bosebery. 9. GLAMIS PAPERS: The ' BOOK OF RECORD,' a Diary written by PATRICK, FIRST EARL OF STRATHMORE, and other documents relating to Glamis Castle (1684-89). Edited by AH MILLAR, FSA Scot. 1892.
Page 476 - printed. PUBLICATIONS Works already Issued 1887. 1. BISHOP POCOCKE'S TOURS IN SCOTLAND, 1747-1760. Edited by DW KEMP. 2. DIARY OF AND GENERAL EXPENDITURE BOOK OF WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM OF CRAIGENDS, 1673-1680. Edited by the Rev. JAMES DODDS, DD 1888. 3. PANURGI PHILO-CABALLI SCOTI GRAMEIDOS
Page 477 - 6. NARRATIVE OF MR. JAMES NIMMO, A COVENANTER. 1654-1709. Edited by WG SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, Advocate. 1890. 7. THE REGISTER OF THE KIRK-SESSION OF ST. ANDREWS. Part n. 1583-1600. Edited by D. HAY FLEMING. 8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745).
Page 477 - 8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745). With a Preface by the EARL OF ROSEBERY and Annotations by the Rev. WALTER MACLEOD. Presented to the Society by the Earl of
Page 1 - Goddess of shades, and huntress, who at will Walk'st on the rolling spheres, and through the deep ; On thy third reign, the earth, look now, and tell What land, what seat of rest, thou
Page 477 - 4. THE REGISTER OF THE KIRK-SESSION OF ST. ANDREWS. Part i. 1559-1582. Edited by D. HAY FLEMING. 1889. 5. DIARY OF THE REV. JOHN MILL, Minister of Dunrossness, Sandwick, and Cunningsburgh, in Shetland, 1740-1803.
Page 7 - Their method of clearing their oats from the husk is by parching them in the straw. Thus, with the genuine improvidence of savages, they destroy that fodder for want of which their cattle may perish. Cf. also the Rev. JL Buchanan's Travels in the Western Hebrides,
Page 287 - and that it was a safer union for England than that of France.' Henry the Seventh and Major were contemporaries, and this incident may well have been in Major's remembrance when on the last page of his History he describes Henry as 'in omnibus agendis oculatissimus
Page 477 - 7. THE REGISTER OF THE KIRK-SESSION OF ST. ANDREWS. Part n. 1583-1600. Edited by D. HAY FLEMING. 8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745).

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