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Page 101 - Johne persaveand himself schot, and the erle fallin, he geid to him quhair he lav, and gaif him thrie woundis, ane in the bodie, ane in the heid, and ane in the hand ; and my lord gaif him twa straikis with ane quhingar at the paip, and the said theif depairtit; and my lord lay in swoun quhill his servantis come and carijt him to the Hermitage.
Page iii - THE EARL OF KINNOULL. DAVID LAING, ESQ. [SECRETARY.] THE EARL OF LAUDERDALE, KT THE REV. JOHN LEE, DD ALEXANDER WELLESLEY LEITH, ESQ.
Page ii - WILLIAM GOTT, ESQ. ROBERT GRAHAM, ESQ. LORD GRAY. RIGHT HON. THOMAS GRENVILLE. THE EARL OF HADDINGTON. 40 THE DUKE OF HAMILTON AND BRANDON.
Page iv - 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, LORD CHIEF BARON OF SCOTLAND.
Page iv - THE HON. CHARLES FRANCIS STUART. THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND. ALEXANDER THOMSON, ESQ. WALTER C. TREVELYAN, ESQ. DAWSON TURNER, ESQ.
Page 263 - Thair wes in this foirsaid moneth greit penuritie and scant of vivaris within the burgh of Edinburgh, sua that all wes at ane exceiding darth. Nochttheles the remaneris thairin abaid patientlie, and wer of good comfort, and vsit all plesouris, quhilkis wer wont to be vsit in the said moneth of Maij in aid tymes, viz., Robin Hude and Litill Johne.
Page 67 - ... taffateis, thair armes and leggs fra the kne doun bair, cullorit with blak, in maner of Moris, vpon thair heiddis blak hattis, and on thair faces blak visouris, in thair mowthis rings, garnesit with intellable precious staneis, about thair neckkis, leggis and armes infynit of chenis of gold ; togidder with saxtene of the maist honest men of the toun, cled in veluot gownis and veluot bonettis, berand and...
Page 319 - ... off the cuntrie ; and thaj that ar beneficed perfonis, thair benefices to vaik, and to be difponit to qualifeit perfonis ; and if thaj (being decernit to be banift) be fundin heirefter in the cuntrie, it falbe lefum to all the fubjectis in this realme to invaid thame and euerie ane of thame to the deith, as enemies to God, the King, the Kirk, and the commoun weill of the realme ; and that...