Analecta Scotica:: Collections Illustrative of the Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of Scotland. Chiefly from Original Mss. [First] -second Series.]
Thomas G. Stevenson, 87, Princes Street., 1837 - Scotland
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Page 61 - His thoughts went slow, and his words came much slower : but a deep judgment appeared in every thing he said or did.
Page 296 - ... with thair arrayment maid in grene and yallow, bowis, arrowis, brass, [?]and all uther convenient thingis according thairto, to pass with Robyne Huyd and Litile Johnne, all tymes convenent tharto, quhen thai be requirit be the saidis Robyne and Litile Johnne...
Page 297 - The said day, the prouest, bailyeis, counsaill, and communite of the said burgh, representand the haill body of the samyne, warnit be the hand bell, ale in ane voice considerand, riplie avisit, for the auld rit and lovabile consuetud of the said burgh, vsit and perseruit all tymes bigane, past memor of man, in honor of thar glorius patron Sanct Nicholaice, statut and ordanit, that all personis, burges, nichtbouris, and inhabitaris, burges sonnys, habill to ryd, to decor and honor the towne in thar...
Page 70 - ... spectantibus seu juste spectare valentibus, quomodolibet in futurum, libere, quiete, plenarie integre honorifice, bene, et in pace, sine...
Page 271 - Nulli, ergo, omnino hominum liceat hanc paginam nostre concessionis infringere uel ei ausu temerario contraire. Si quis, autem, hoc attemptare presumpserit, indignationem omnipotentis Dei et beatorum Petri et Pauli, Apostolorum eius, se nouerit incursurum.
Page 70 - ... viis, semitis, aquis, stagnis, rivolis, pratis, pascuis, et pasturis, molendinis, multuris et eorum sequelis, aucupationibus, venationibus, piscationibus, petariis, turbariis...
Page 375 - ... be revised by men of sound judgment : but all was in vain, and he would not stop one day. I have talked about it with some who were personally acquainted with Mr. Peden, and were often in his company, and from whom I have heard several uncommon things about him. They say the author is mistaken as to several circumstances ; but as to the main, in all the passages, or most of them, whereof they had particular knowledge, (and were eye and ear witnesses of diverse,) they say he tells the truth ;...
Page 303 - April, 1535. The said day, it is thocht expedient and ordanit be the consale, that all the yoving able men within this guid [tovin], haue thair grene cottis; and agit men, honest cottis, efferand to thame; and obey and decor the Lordis of Bonaccord...