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" Many other authorities might be quoted, but these will suffice to show, that the upper parts of Strathaven and Lesmahagow parishes, formed part of the forest of Selkirk. That this forest was in existence in the... "
Notices of Original Unprinted Documents: Preserved in the Office of the ... - Page 35
by Joseph Stevenson - 1842 - 143 pages
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A treatise on the origin, qualities and cultivation of moss-earth, with ...

William Aiton - Manures - 1811 - 357 pages
...Are" Vide Hemmgford, and the learned Lord Hailes, in his Annals of Scotland, vol. i. page 260, says, " the forest of Selkirk appears " to have comprehended...tract now known by that " name, but also the upper parts of Clydesdale and Air shire" Many other authorities might be quoted, but these will suffice to...
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Annals of Scotland: From the Accession of Malcolm III in the Year ..., Volume 1

Sir David Dalrymple - Scotland - 1819
...homines quidem elegantis formae et procerae staturae ;" T. ip 165. In those days the forest of Selkyrke appears to have comprehended not only the tract now known by that name, but also the upper part of Clydesdale and Ayrshire. Thus Hemingford says, p. 165. " Diverterunt nostri per medium Jbrestae de...
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A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, Volume 7

Thomas Thomson - Scotland - 1855
...world wae lent Nor was gudc Grume of truth und hardiment. l? " The Foreste of Sdkyrkc in those days comprehended not only the tract now known by that name, but also the upper parts of Clydesdale and Ayrshire. ч 'Ihe accounts of the loss on the Scottish side at the buttle of...
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