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" did the oath " with the Consecrated Host, the Gospels, the Cross of St Neot, and the fragment of the Vera Crux in the Black Rood of St Margaret. Edward . . . relied a good deal on this relic. But of all men a bishop knew his way best among oaths. Probably... "
Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ... - Page clxxx
by Great Britain. Exchequer - 1837 - 434 pages
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Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ..., Volume 1

Sir Francis Palgrave - Scotland - 1837 - 31 pages
...Parliament held in the city of time, and St. Andrew's, at the feast of Easter then so'lemnity; nex^ following, the said Bishop of Glasgow, in the presence...after which No further opportunity was allowed to he changes ,,T. . . , sides again Wisheart to take any more oaths : but, within eight days after the...
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The North British Review, Volume 3

1845
...with agony of mind deplored his errors, beseeched forgiveness, and upon the consecrated host, the four Gospels, the cross of St. Neot, and the black rood of Scotland, he swore a second time eternal homage to the English king. No sooner, however, did Edward return to...
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Tytler's History of Scotland examined. A review. [By Patrick Fraser, Lord ...

Patrick Fraser TYTLER, Patrick FRASER (Lord Fraser.) - 1848 - 246 pages
...with agony of mind deplored his errors, besought forgiveness, and upon the consecrated host, the four Gospels, the cross of St. Neot, and the black rood of Scotland, he swore a second time eternal homage to the English king. No sooner, however, did Edward return to...
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Edward i. of England in the north of Scotland, by a member of the Literary ...

Joseph Taylor (of Elgin.), Edward I (king of England.) - 1858
...be true and faithful to his sovereign and liege Lord, the King of England, he now took a solemn oath upon the Consecrated Host, the Gospels, the Cross of St Neot, and the Black Rood of Scotland. * His letters patent, by which he thus bound himself and his successors in the see, upon pain of body...
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Robert the Bruce and the Struggle for Scottish Independence

Sir Herbert Maxwell - History - 1897 - 387 pages
...Glasgow, who thereupon took the oath of fealty to the King of England for the fourth time, swearing on the consecrated host, the gospels, the cross of St. Neot, and the Black Rood of Scotland. Nothing is more remarkable in the political history of this period than the freedom with which great...
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Robert the Bruce

Sir Herbert Maxwell - Scotland - 1897 - 387 pages
...Glasgow, who thereupon took the oath of fealty to the King of England for the fourth time, swearing on the consecrated host, the gospels, the cross of St. Neot, and the Black Rood of Scotland. Nothing is more remarkable in the political history of this period than the freedom with which great...
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