Selections from unpublished manuscripts in the College of Arms and the British Museum illustrating the reign of Mary Queen of Scotland, M.DXLIII.--M.DLXVIII. (Google eBook)

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s.n., 1837 - Scotland - 329 pages
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Page v - M.DCCC.XXXVI. THE EARL OF GLASGOW, [PRESIDENT.] HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF SUSSEX. ROBERT ADAM, ESQ. GLASGOW. JOHN BAIN, ESQ. YOUNGER OF MORRISTON. 5 ROBERT BELL, ESQ. ADVOCATE. SIR DAVID HUNTER BLAIR, BART. BERIAH BOTFIELD, ESQ. OF NORTON HALL. SIR THOMAS MACDOUGALL BRISBANE, BART. KCB WALTER BUCHANAN, ESQ. OF SHANDON LODGE. 10 THE MOST HONOURABLE THE MARQUIS OF BUTE. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, ESQ. OF BARNHILL. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, ESQ. OF BLYTHSWOOD. THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD JOHN CAMPBELL. JOHN DONALD...
Page vi - LL.B. GEORGE HOUSTOUN, ESQ. YOUNGER OF JOHNSTONE. JAMES IVORY, ESQ. ADVOCATE. JOHN KERR, ESQ. GLASGOW. 35 ROBERT ALEXANDER KIDSTON, ESQ. GLASGOW. GEORGE RITCHIE KINLOCH, ESQ. ADVOCATE. JOHN GIBSON LOCKHART, ESQ. LL.D. LONDON. ALEXANDER MACDONALD, ESQ. EDINBURGH. WILLIAM MACDOWALL, ESQ. OF GARTHLAND. [VICE PRESIDENT.] 40 THE VERY REV. DUNCAN MACFARLAN, DD PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW. ANDREW MACGEORGE, ESQ. GLASGOW. ALEXANDER MACGRIGOR, ESQ. OF KERNOCK. DONALD MACINTYRE, ESQ. GLASGOW. JOHN...
Page 106 - SCOTLAND. 115 me : the one is never to goe for any respecte from that that he hathe promised to be, a professor of Christ's worde, and setter forthe...
Page 77 - ... the ordnance in Edinburgh castle upon band of the Lord Erskine, to have the same safely delivered to them again, and the said 6th of November about midnight removed to Lithgow, where they remained in consultation and preparing for the wars, and will set up a coin, saying they shall coyne a good part of their plate for maintenance of the word of God, and the wealth of Scotland. " The morrow next after, being the 7th of November, the queen removed to Edinburgh about ten of the clock before noon,...
Page 120 - ... That afternone she and my Lord Darlye walked up and downe the towne dysguysed untyll suppertyme, and retorned thyther agayne, but laye that nighte in the Abbaye ; thys manner of passinge to and fro gave agayne occasion to maynie men to muse what might be her meaninge. The nexte daye in lyke sorte she comethe after dyner upon her feete from the Abbaye, the Lord Darlye ledinge her by the one arme and Fowler by thother. In that troupe ther were the Ladie Ersken and old Ladie Seton, the Erle of Lenox...
Page vii - ... OF PORTERFIELD. HAMILTON PYPER, ESQ. ADVOCATE. PHILIP ANSTRUTHER RAMSAY, ESQ. EDINBURGH. 60 JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. LL.B. LONDON. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, ESQ. GLASGOW. ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQ. ADVOCATE. JAMES SMITH, ESQ. OF JORDANHILL. JOHN SMITH, ESQ. OF SWINRIDGEMUIR. 65 JOHN SMITH, YGST., ESQ. GLASGOW, [SECRETARY.] WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ. OF CARBETH GUTHRIE. MOSES STEVEN, ESQ. OF POLMADIE, ADVOCATE. DUNCAN STEWART, ESQ. EDINBURGH. SIR MICHAEL SHAW STEWART, BART. MP • 70 JOHN SHAW STEWART, ESQ. ADVOCATE....
Page 282 - Harroytage, into our handes ; he made us boleave all should be ours to the Fyrthe, and when wee trusted hym best, how he helped to chase us awaye, I am sure you have not forgotten. Heere, amongest his owne countreymen he ys noted to be the most cautelous man of hys natyon.
Page vii - JAMES CORBETT PORTERFIELD, ESQ. OF PORTERFIELD. HAMILTON PYPER, ESQ. ADVOCATE. PHILIP ANSTRUTHER RAMSAY, ESQ. EDINBURGH. 60 JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. LL.B. LONDON. WILLIAM ROBERTSON, ESQ. GLASGOW. ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQ. ADVOCATE. JAMES SMITH, ESQ. OF JORDANHILL. JOHN SMITH, ESQ. OF SWINRIDGEMUIR. 65 JOHN SMITH, YGST., ESQ. GLASGOW, [SECRETARY.] WILLIAM SMITH, ESQ. OF CARBETH GUTHRIE. MOSES STEVEN, ESQ. OF POLMADIE, ADVOCATE. DUNCAN STEWART, ESQ. EDINBURGH. SIR MICHAEL SHAW STEWART, BART. MP • 70 JOHN...
Page 239 - ... not lye in the power of your wellwyllers to helpe yt, no more than yt dothe in our powers now to helpe the quene our foveraigne.
Page 34 - ... them goeth thither to the market, and yet in thies parties, we ceasse not to graunt assurances. And, under your faveur, to showe my folishe opynyon in discharge of my bownden duetie unto your Grace, how had it byn possible for such a powere as the Frenche and Almaynes were, not under three thousand, or above as is reported, to com in the night tyme thorough our assured mens townes, from Muskelburgh to Haddington, and never a one of them shuld heare, either of their comyng or passing, as they...

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