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" Kingdom of Scotland a known and established constitutional body, denominated, the Seven Earls of Scotland, possessing privileges of singular importance as a distinct Estate of the Realm, severed equally from the other Earls and from the body of the Baronage. "
Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ... - Page xxi
by Great Britain. Exchequer - 1837 - 434 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 159

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1836
...recognition, followed by a Parliamentary settlement. 2. That there existed from time immemorial, in the Kingdom of Scotland, a known and established constitutional...Scotland, possessing privileges of singular importance. :.(. That, upon the. death of the Maid of Norway, William' Fraser, Bp. of St. Andrew's, and John Comyn,...
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Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ..., Volume 1

Sir Francis Palgrave - Scotland - 1837 - 31 pages
...,. behalf of the Ceived what we should now term a parha- Seven Earls • f ,, , , to Ed.L, &cmentary recognition, followed by a par- — — liamentary...Norway, William Fraser, Bishop of St. Andrew's, and John Corny n, endeavoured to bestow the Crown upon Balliol, violating the settlement made upon Bruce and...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 12

1847
...not to the contrary, a court or known and established constitutional body, denominated the " Court of the seven Earls of Scotland," possessing privileges...singular importance, as a distinct estate of the realm, and to whom, among other functions, it appertained to constitute, and absolutely to choose the king....
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The North British review, Volume 6

1847
...not to the contrary, a court or known and established constitutional body, denominated the " Court of the seven Earls of Scotland," possessing privileges...singular importance, as a distinct estate of the realm, and to whom, among other functions, it appertained to constitute, and absolutely to choose the king....
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Scotland Under Her Early Kings: A History of the Kingdom to the ..., Volume 2

Eben William Robertson - Scotland - 1862
...been " pushed out," but surely not the men. APPENDIX S. THE SEVEN EARLS. "THERE existed in the ancient kingdom of Scotland a known and established constitutional...the other Earls and from the body of the Baronage." Such was the theory of Sir Francis Palgrave, in which he was followed by other authorities. It was...
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Scotland Under Her Early Kings: A History of the Kingdom to the ..., Volume 2

Eben William Robertson - Scotland - 1862
..." pushed out," but surely not the men. APPENDIX S. THE SEVEN EARLS. " THERE existed in the ancient kingdom of Scotland a known and established constitutional...the Seven Earls of Scotland, possessing privileges cI singular importance as a distinct Estate of the Realm. severed equally from the other Earls and...
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A history of Scotland, chiefly in its ecclesiastical aspect, until the fall ...

1874
...cross was erected near t11e place of the battle by Sir Ralph Neville. !See Burton, vol. iii. p. 26. ... as a distinct Estate of the Realm, severed equally...the other Earls, and from the body of the Baronage.' l Queen Joan died childless in 1362, and in certain transactions regarding the succession the son of...
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