This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...uppon Letters direck be the Lords of privie counsall comandinge, chairging, and inhibiting mee the said nottar publict ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...uppon Letters direck be the Lords of privie counsall comandinge, chairging, and inhibiting mee the said nottar publict under wrytten. That I presumed not nor taik upone hand to be nottar to ane instrument of seasing to be taken of y landis of Kintyre, or ony pairt yairof Be y Erie of Antrym, the Lord Dunluce, or his attomayes to his behove, notwithstanding of ane chartour to be exhibit to me of y said landis, as I sould answere uppon my disobedience at my perill, and under payne to be callit, persewit, and punischit as contemptner of y" said Lordis of privie counsall yair warrand and auctre (authority), conforme to the privie Letters, daitted y Fourtene of Januar instant. The said Archibald Stewart being personallie presente, and ane attorney for the said Randolph Viscount Dunluce, protested in presence of the said William Donnald, messenger, that the said chairge gevin be hym to me the said nottar publict, was null and of nane availl, the samyn being gevin to mee the space of twentie four houris or yairby posterior to ane infeftment and seasing alreddie gevin be mee the said nottar publict, to Randolph Viscount Dunluce, or his attornay in his name of y" foresaidis landes, lordship, and barrony of Kintyre. WhereupDon, y' said Archibald Stewart, as attornay and in name and behalfe of y said viscount Dunluce, off mee y" said nottar publicit askit Instruments. And y premiss was done uppon y Grene of y said towne of Lochheid, Kilcherene, in presence of William Stirling of Auchyle, serviter of depute of Argyle, James Stewart of Askamylne, David Busbie, indweller in Lochheid, Adam Stewart, indweller in Carradell, Walter Stewart, sailer in Rothesay, and Malcolm M'Neill, witnesses severally callit and...
Very Good. Lacking the Jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. (IRE) Owner's name, and date to the back of the front cover, there is a card with a note from a member of the Antrim Historical Society taped to the front endpaper, there is a strip of darkening adhesive residue along the spine side of the first signature, possibly a manufacturing fault, and a small faint discolouration to the cover cloth to the top edge of the back cover, otherwise Very Good; no Dj. Green cloth, [iv]510pp, index. No illus. This is a facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1873 and is a history of the Glynns of Antrim written by the Rev. George Hill, best known for his "Montgomery Manuscripts". A heavy book. (3.3 JM FO 1/1.
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