Memoirs of the affairs of Scotland by David MoysieMemoirs of the affairs of Scotland by David Moysie

Memoirs of the affairs of Scotland

byDavid Moysie

Paperback | January 17, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1830. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... MOYSIE'S MEMOIRS Vpone Weddnisday the tuentie sext day of Februar the yeir of God Im Vc thrie lcoir sevinteine yeiris, the erle of Ergyle come to Strivilinge, and being admitted to the Kingis Majesteis presence, wes sa had and acceptit as theare wes ane chalmer appoynted for him in the castell. Vpone the last day of the said monethe, the erle of Atholl come to Sterling, and immediatlie his Majestie condiscendit to wreyt to the nobilletie to conueine at Striuiling the tent of Marche, &c. Vpone the aucht day of Marche the yeir of God Im Vc thriescor sevinteine yeiris, King James the sext of this realme, being of the aidge of tuelffe yeiris, conuenit certane noble men of this realme in the castell of Striuiling; quhilkis wer Johne erle of Athole, Colin e erle of Ergyle, Johne erle of Montroise, the L. Leivingstoune, lord Maxvell, and dyverse vtheris great men of this realme. At the quhilk conuentioun James erle of Mortoun, regent to the King, wes desyrit be his hienes to be also present, because the maiter quhiche the King had then in handis concernit him: Yit the erle of Mortoun on the ane pairt wes willing to have satisfeid the Kingis desyre in that behalfe; bot on the A vther pairt, calling to rememberance the particular wes betuix him and the erle of Ergyle, thocht he could not guidlie pas to the said conuentioun, bot sent his awin speciall freind Archbald erle of Angus thearunto, and in his companie Johne lord Glamis, chaunceller, Johne lord Hereis, and William lord Ruthuen, thesaurer, as commiffioneris for him, quho wer thankfullie reflavit be the king. Finallie, tyme and place being appoynted, the counsell sat, and the said Johne lord Glames wes ordeanit be the king to demand at evrie great man theareat his woit tuitching the depriuatioun of the ...
Title:Memoirs of the affairs of ScotlandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.13 inPublished:January 17, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217732402

ISBN - 13:9780217732406

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