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. 1825 edition. Excerpt: ... for saiftie & shelter, whence by Clandestine Visits, endearing himself deaplie to his beloved Elizabeth, wl whose Rare ...Read MoreThis 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. 1825 edition. Excerpt: ... for saiftie & shelter, whence by Clandestine Visits, endearing himself deaplie to his beloved Elizabeth, wl whose Rare enduements he became still more & more taken, & to follow Leslie's words, "quam Intimis sensibus Complexus est, or Georgi Buchanan es, quam adhuc adolescens vehementer amarat et multam habuit in deliciis, obtaines at last (throw earnest solicitation) vpon his word of honor for performance of yr Conjugall Solemnities in time Convenient, Her consent to yeild herself, to be the Consort of his bed, & sharer of all his fortounes. Mr. Johne Lermonth Chapline to Allexr. Archbishope of Sl Androws hath left vpon record in a deduction of the descent of the To the more remote building, may allude the folr lowing rude enigmatical rhyme, if it be not altogether a piece of rustic wit of recent times: -- . "There stands a castle in ihe west, They ca' it-Donald-Din, There's no a nail in a' its roof, Nor yet a wooden pin." house of Rowallane Collected by him At Comand of the sd. Archbishope, (whose interest in this familie is to be spoken to heirafter) That Robert great Stewart of Scotland having taken away the sd. Elizabeth drew to Sr Adame her father ane instrument That he should take her to his lawfull wyfe wch myself have seen saith the Collecto1-, as also ane Testemonie, written in latine by Roger Mcadame Preist of our Ladie Maries Chapell* That the sd. Roger maried Ro1 and Elizabeth forsds. But yrafter * Seemingly, "Our Lady's Kirk of Kyle," at no great distance from Dundonald Castle, and, apparently, much favoured by the Stewart family, the hereditary great barons of the Bailliwick. "James IV. never passed through that part of the country, without making an offering at 'Our Lady's Kirk of Kyle, ' generally giving 14 sh. at a time, ...Read Less
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