The Book of the Thanes of Cawdor: A Series of Papers Selected from the Charter Room at Cawdor. 1236-1742, Volume 1236, Issue 1742
Spalding Club, 1859 - Cawdor castle - 471 pages
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Page 96 - Jacobus dei gracia Rex Scotorum Omnibus probis hominibus suis ad quos presentes litere peruenerint salutem . Sciatis...
Page 412 - ... our rightful and native king, but also our country to its ancient, free, and independent constitution, under him whose ancestors have reigned over us for so many generations.
Page 130 - ... on the ane part, and Schir Alexander Suentoun as procurator of the queir and queiristaris of the parich kirk of the said citie, in the name and behav of hym selff and the laif of the chaplains and pariche clerk, queiristaris of the said kyrk, on the uthir part; proportis and beris witnes in the self in maner form and effect as efter followis : That is to say, fforasmikle as the saidis provost bailyies counsale and communitie of the forsaid cite, undoutit patronis to the service or altarage callit...
Page xxxv - ... country was soon covered with marauders, to whom everything was lawful booty, and that was preferred .which could be moved off on its own legs.1 The pasture, unused by sheep or cattle, ought to have maintained a multitude of deer : but it was not so. The deer being unprotected, killed out of season,2 driven about and allowed no rest, were reduced exceedingly in number, and found only in the remotest fastnesses of the hills. No doubt the primary cause of the scarcity of deer was the state of the...
Page 17 - Duncano et heredibus suis de nobis et successoribus nostris in feodo et hereditate imperpetuum, per omnes rectas metas suas antiquas et diuisas prout jacent in longitudine et latitudine, in boscis...
Page 99 - DEI NOMINE Amen . Per hoc presens publicum instrumentum cunctis pateat euidenter quod anno...
Page 412 - In so honourable, so good, and just a cause, we do not doubt of the assistance, direction, and blessing of Almighty God, who has so often succoured the royal family of Stuarts, and our country from sinking under oppression.
Page 106 - Ciuitatem bora decima ante merediem sub anno mense die indictione et pontificatu quibus supra. Presentibus ibidem...