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" The language, the expressions, the dates, the general tenor, — all bespeak the forgery. The writing is in a character not properly belonging to any age or time... "
Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ... - Page ccxvi
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
...charter. (Appendix, No. I. p. 367, postea.) Brady troduction, has printed the charter of 5 David II., p< granted in his full Parliament at Holy Rood House...ignorance and the boldness of the author of the forgery. We collect from Hardyng's verses, that in like manner he produced and delivered the homages performed...
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Glastonbury Abbey and the Arthurian Tradition

James P. Carley - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 646 pages
...looked strange to the nineteenth-century scholar Francis Palgrave who described the writing as being 'in a character not properly belonging to any age or time'." And there are other peculiarities about the documents. The preconquest charter in which King Malcolm of...
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The Making of Medieval Forgeries: False Documents in Fifteenth-century England

Alfred Hiatt - Antiques & Collectibles - 2004 - 226 pages
...ten surviving Hardyng documents in the Public Record Office. Palgrave declared that their falsity was 'most apparent': '[t]he language, the expressions,...tenor, — all bespeak the forgery'. The writing, he went on, was 'in a character not properly belonging to any age or time', and the incongruous armorial...
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