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Page 24 - He was very weik. I saw him everie day of his doctrine go hulie and fear ; with a furring of marticks about his neck, a staff in the an hand, and...
Page 24 - Richart and another servant lifted upe to the pulpit, whar he behovit to lean at his first entrie ; bot or he haid done with his sermont, he was sa active and vigorus that he was lyk to ding that pulpit in blads, and fly out of it.
Page 9 - JOHN HOPE, ESQ. SOLICITOR-GENERAL. COSMO INNES, ESQ. DAVID IRVING, LL.D. 50 JAMES IVORY, ESQ. REV. JOHN JAMIESON, DD ROBERT JAMESON, ESQ. SIR HENRY JARDINE. FRANCIS JEFFREY, ESQ. 55 JAMES KEAY, ESQ. JOHN G. KINNEAR, ESQ. THOMAS KINNEAR, ESQ. [TREASURER.] THE EARL OF KINNOULL. . DAVID LAING, ESQ. [SECRETARY.] 60 THE EARL OF LAUDERDALE, KT REV. JOHN LEE, DD THE MARQUIS OF LOTHIAN. COLIN MACKENZIE, ESQ. HON. JH MACKENZIE, LORD MACKENZIE. 65 JAMES MACKENZIE, ESQ. JAMES MAIDMENT, ESQ. THOMAS MAITLAND,...
Page 12 - I gat was mair be rat ryme 3 nor knawlage. Ther also we haid the aire guid, and fields reasonable fear, and be our maister war teached to handle the bow for archerie, the glub for...
Page 10 - FRANCIS PALGRAVE, ESQ. HENRY PETRIE, ESQ. ROBERT PITCAIRN, ESQ. 80 JOHN RICHARDSON, ESQ. THE EARL OF ROSSLYN. ANDREW RUTHERFURD, ESQ. THE EARL OF SELKIRK. RIGHT HON. SIR SAMUEL SHEPHERD, LORD CHIEF BARON OF SCOTLAND.
Page 170 - Lard being advertised, cam, and on the morn, accompanied with a guid nomber of the gentilmen of the countrey round about, gaiff the said Generall and the Capteanes presence, and...
Page 170 - The names of the commanders war Jan Gomes de Medina, Generall of twentie houlkes, Capitan Patricio, Capitan de Legoretto, Capitan de Luffera, Capitan Mauritio, and Seingour Serrano.
Page 166 - Bartas, and coining first without anie warning to the New Collage, he calles for Mr. Andro, saying he was com with that gentleman to haiff a Lessone. Mr. Andro answeres, ' That he haid teatched his ordinar that day in the fornoone.' 'That is all ane,' sayes the King, ' I mon haiff a Lessone, and be heir within an houre for that effect.
Page 204 - Burley was muttlat of a fingar to begin his warrs withall. His man, Mylles, another night, with certean companiones, his complices, cam to an uther honest man's hous and reft away his douchtar : and last, the said Lard of Darsie maid a grait convocation of his frinds, with the quhilk in armes he purposed to enter in the town, and abbuse certean citiciners thairof at his pleasour, and that indeid of the best sort
Page 65 - He pleasit extraordinarly for a tyme to steir sum of them up againe. There are foure ordinarie functiones or offices in the kirk of God : the office of the pastor, minister, or bishop ; the doctor ; the presbytar or eldar ; and the deacon.

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