Papers relative to the regalia of Scotland by William BellPapers relative to the regalia of Scotland by William Bell

Papers relative to the regalia of Scotland

byWilliam Bell

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1829. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX. No. IV. PROCEEDINGS OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL OF SCOTLAND, IN THE CAUSE, JOHN EARL OF KINTORE AGAINST SIR WIL-LIAM OGILVY OF BARRAS, KNIGHT--1702. At Edinburgh, the 8th July, 1702. SEDERUNT. Her Majesties Commissioner. E. Loudoun. Lo. Chancellor. M. Annandale, P. S. M. Lothian. E. Seafield. E. Crawfoord. E. Erroll. E. Marr. E. Mortonn. E. Bnchan. E. Eglingtoun. E. Fmlater. E. Northeeque. E. Kintore. Vis. Roseberrie. Lo. Strathnaver. Lo. Montgomery. Lo. Forbes. Lo. Ross. Lo. Boyll. Lo. President Session. Lo. Advocat. Lo. Thesaarer Di-put. Lo. Justice Clerk. Lo. Aberuchill. Lo. Halcraig. Lo. Crocerig. Lo. Rankeilor. Lo. Phesdo. Mr Fra. Montgomery. Lo. Provest Edinburgh. Lo. Meggins. Act in favours of the Earl of Kintore, for burning t/ie Book emitted by Barras at the Cross, by t/ie hands oftlie Hangman. Anent the lybell or letters of complaint, purchased and raised before the Lords of her Majesties Privie Counsell, at the instance of John Earle of Kintore, Knight Marishall of this ancient kingdom of Scotland, with concurse of Sir James Stewart, her Majesties Advocat, for her Highnes interest, in the matter underwritten: That where every mans honour ought to be dear to him as his life, and that ane injurie by way of defamation, in point of truth and honour, and tending to robb any person thereof, especially where his truth and honour is concerned as the most delicat and tender matters, is a most attrocious injurie, not only most sensible in the person injured, but aimeing to expose him in the view and construction of all men; and therefore, by the law of this and all other weell-governed realmes, most severely punishable: NeverTheless, It is of verity that Sir William Ogilvy of Barras, Knight, is guilty of the forsaid cryme of defamation, and that in t...
Title:Papers relative to the regalia of ScotlandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:46 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.1 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217742998

ISBN - 13:9780217742993