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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 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 278 - ... regent proponit to the eftatis, defyring thame to grant ane crowne matrimoniall to the Dolphine of France, fua that he mycht be called and intitulat, King of Scotlande, duringe the matrimonie betuix thame ; quhilk was aggreit, and act of parliament maid thairupoun, and all lettres in Scotland ftyled " Frances and Marie, be the grace of God, King and Quene of Scotland, Dolphyne and Dolphines of Vien," and the feales and conye irnis changed in lyk maner.
Page iv - THE HON. CHARLES FRANCIS STUART. THE DUKE OF SUTHERLAND. ALEXANDER THOMSON, ESQ. WALTER C. TREVELYAN, ESQ. DAWSON TURNER, ESQ.
Page 96 - ... and efcheit, &c. Vpoun the faid xxj day, thair wes ane act of fecreit counfall proclamit at the mercat croce of Edinburgh, declaring our...
Page 319 - ... falbe callit lykwayes to particular dyatis, to fatiffie the Kirk, or els to incure the lyk panis and punifment as is befoir • fpecifeit ; and that thaj that refetts and mantenis thame, if after due admonition they...
Page 74 - Louthiane ftuid fermlie ftill, and the laid erllis cumpany, cumand vpoun the faid gentilmene of Lowthiane, was put vpoun thair bakkis with fpeiris, and thairefter fled, quhair followit greit flauchter. In this conflict the faid erle of Huntlie was tane be ane Andro Reidpeth, ane of our fouerane ladies gaird, quha put him vpone his horfe to haue brocht him to the quenis majeftie...
Page ii - ROBERT JAMESON, ESQ. 50 SIR HENRY JARDINE. FRANCIS JEFFREY, ESQ. JAMES KEAY, ESQ. THOMAS FRANCIS KENNEDY, ESQ. JOHN GARDINER KINNEAR, ESQ. [TREASURER.] 55 THE EARL OF KINNOULL. ' DAVID LAING, ESQ. [SECRETARY.] THE EARL OF LAUDERDALE, KT THE REV. JOHN LEE, DD ALEXANDER W.