Accounts of the lord high treasurer of Scotland, Band 4

H.M. General register house, 1902

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Seite 311 - ... to be ane play coit to David Lindesay for the play playt in the King and Quenis presence in the...
Seite xxxviii - ... could in no wayis be sen nor comprehendit, bot wanischit away as he had bene ane blink of the sone or ane quhipe of the whirle wind and could no more be seine.
Seite lxxxii - ... of English growth, commencing with Edward the Confessor, and descending only to such foreign sovereigns as could show an alliance with the royal family of England.
Seite iii - Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer of Scotland. Edited by Sir James Balfour Paul, FSA, Scot, Lord Lyon King of Arms.
Seite lii - ... dakir" of hides, that is to say, one hundred and ninety, were "put in the gret schip when scho salit, to keip hir fra fireing". As the editor of the Accounts has pointed out, " this implies that the muzzles of the guns did not project beyond the outer lines of the port-holes, and that, therefore, there was a risk of the woodwork being singed when they were discharged. To obviate this, the sides of the port-holes were lined with leather. No doubt the cannon were not very long, but even allowing...
Seite 117 - Item, the last day of Maij, to the xiiij men that bure the blak lady fra the Castell, to the barres and syne to the Abbay, xxviij s.
Seite 547 - Pauper. Marie ! I lent my gossop my mear to fetch hame coills, And he hir drounit into the Querrell hollis ; And I ran to the Consistorie, for to pleinze', And thair I happinit amang ane greidie meinzc*.
Seite 81 - That samyn nycht to the King to play at the cartis with Sir Johne Sinclair, 10 French crowns and tynt,L.7."— 1506, Nov. 3, " To Sir John Sinclair, be the Kingis command, L.28.
Seite 519 - Item, the xix day of August, for ane stand of harnes to the kingis grace bocht fra schir David Guthre, for the quhilk he has my obligatioun of . . . xl1...

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