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Identifier: memorialofroyalp00laud
Title: Memorial of the royal progress in Scotland
Year: 1843 (1840s)
Authors: Lauder, Thomas Dick, Sir, 1784-1848
Subjects: Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901
Publisher: Edinburgh : A. and C. Black
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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ur, monsieurmarques, [dElbeuf,] the said quenes grace moder broder, togidderwith monsieur Danguill, [dAmville,] second sone to the constable ofFrance, with certane vther nobill gentilmen ; and at ten houris thesamen day, hir hienes landit vpoun the schoir of Leith, and remanitin Andro I ambis hous be the space of ane hour, and thairefter wesconvoyit vp to hir palice of Halyrudhous. A-^poun the xxiiij dayof August, quhilk wes Sonday, the Quenes grace causit say mesin hir hienes chappell within hir palace of Halyrudhous, quhairatthe lordis of the congregatioun wes grittumlie annopt. Vpoun thelast day of August Ixj, the toun of Edinburgh maid the banket tomonsieur Domell, the grand pryour, marques, and monsieur Danguill,in ane honourable maner, within the lugeing sumtyme pertenying I (ic THE ROYAL PROGRESS. to the cardinal!. Vpoun the first day of September Ixj, theQueries grace maid hir entres in the burgh of Edinburgh, on thismaner. Hir hieness depairtit of Halyrudhous, and raid be the

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Ancient Forcb o Hi );■ lang gait on the north syid of the said burgh, vnto the tyme schocome to the castell, quheir wes ane get maid to hir, at the quhilkssho, accompanijt with the maist pairt of the nobilitie of Scotland,except my lord duke and his sone, come in and raid vp the castellbank to the castell, and dynit thairin; and when sho had dynit attuelf houris, hir hienes come furth of the said castell towart the saidburgh, at quhilk depairting, the artailgerie schot vehementlie. Andthairefter, quhen sho was rydand down the castellhill, thair met hirhienes ane convoy of the goung mene of the said burgh, to the nomberof fyftie, or thairby, thair bodeis and theis coverit with geallow taffateis,thair armes and leggs fra the kne doun bair, cuUorit with blak, in ROYAL RECEPTIONS IN THE OLDEN TIME. 67 maner of Moris, vpon thair heiddes blak hattis, and on thair faces blakvisouris, in thair niowthis rings, garnesit with intellable preciousstaneis, about thair neckkis, leggis, and armes i

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Date: 2014-07-29 05:00:30

bookid:memorialofroyalp00laud bookyear:1843 bookdecade:1840 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Lauder__Thomas_Dick__Sir__1784_1848 booksubject:Victoria__Queen_of_Great_Britain__1819_1901 bookpublisher:Edinburgh___A__and_C__Black bookcontributor:University_of_California_Libraries booksponsor:Internet_Archive bookleafnumber:87 bookcollection:cdl bookcollection:americana

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