Memoirs of the affairs of Scotland, MDLXXVII-MDCIII (Google eBook)

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1830 - Scotland - 176 pages
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Page v - BARONET, [PRESIDENT.] THE EARL OF ABERDEEN, KT RIGHT HON. WILLIAM ADAM, LORD CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF THE JURY COURT. SIR WILLIAM ARBUTHNOT, BART.
Page vi - ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ. LORD GRAY. 40 RIGHT HON. THOMAS GRENVILLE. THE EARL OF HADDINGTON. THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND BRANDON.
Page v - DAVID CONSTABLE, ESQ. ANDREW COVENTRY, ESQ. JAMES T. GIBSON CRAIG, ESQ. WILLIAM GIBSON CRAIG, ESQ.
Page 36 - had the warrand of the deuill and not of the word of God, bot wes damnit thairby.
Page vii - FRANCIS PALGRAVE, ESQ. HENRY PETRIE, ESQ. ROBERT PITCAIRN, ESQ. 80 JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. THE EARL OF ROSSLYN. ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQ. THE EARL OF SELKIRK. RIGHT HON. SIR SAMUEL SHEPHERD.
Page viii - ESQ. 80 JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. THE EARL OF ROSSLYN. ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQ. THE EARL OF SELKIRK. RIGHT HON. SIR SAMUEL SHEPHERD, LORD CHIEF BARON OF SCOTLAND.
Page xxv - That in all utheris weill governit commoun welthis and cuntreyis, the firft day of the yeir begynis yeirlie upoun the firft day of Januare commounlie callit New yeiris day, and that this realme onlie is different fra all utheris in the compt and reckining of the yeiris : And his Majeftie and Counfall willing that thair falbe na difconformitie betuix his Majeftie, his realme and leigis, and utheris nichtbour cuntreyis in this particular, bot that thay fall conforme thamefelffis to the ordour and cuftum...
Page v - ESQ. THE DUKE OF BUCCLEUCH AND QUEENSBERRY. 15 JOHN CALEY, ESQ. JAMES CAMPBELL, ESQ. HON. JOHN CLERK, LORD ELDIN. WILLIAM CLERK, ESQ.
Page xxv - Day, and that this realme onlie is different fra all utheris, in the compt and reckining of the yeiris : And his Majeftie and Counfall, willing that thair falbe na difconformitie betuix his Majeftie, his realme, and leigis, and utheris nichtbour cuntreyis in this particular, bot that thay fall conforme thamefelffis to the ordour and cuftum obfervit be all utheris cuntreyis, efpecialie feing the courfe and feafoun of the yeir, is maift propir and anfuerabill thairto, and that the alteratioun thairof,...
Page 83 - The number of the haill trayne wes ijcxxiij personis, quhilkis wer all interteined be the King and noblemen of Scotland, and bancketted daylie. They were jm and twa c merkis everie day for ther furnischingis during the tyme of thair remaining.

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