Imelda Poole, IBVM, President of Mary Ward Loreto is featured in this week’s edition of The Global Sister’s Report, a Project of National Catholic Report in the United States of America.
This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. THE CASTELLATED AND DOMESTIC ARCHITECTUKE OF SCOTLAND FROM THE TWELFTH TO THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY BY DAVID MACGIBBON and THOMAS ROSS ARCHITECTS VOLUME ONE EDINBURGH; DAVID DOUGLAS One Volume, Svo, 21s., with nearly 300 Ilhistrations.
The author of the " Voyage " has not been ascertained ; A '•2 *' • ••'• ••'" '- ' . His narrative was first published in 1826, simultaneously and independently, by Nicolas in the Archceologia (vol. And the xv*** dale went to Gaideford ; ^ the Thursdaie to Wiel;' the Fridaie to Castelton; the Sundaie bak ageyn to Wiell ; the Mundaie to Gaydeford ;* the Fridaie to Eokesbrough ; the Mondaie after to Lowdere ; the Tuesdaie to the Abbey of Neubattaill ; the Wednesdaie to Edenbrough the abbey, and causid ther to be set up iij engyns castyng into the Castell day and nyght ; and the v"* daie thei spake of pees ; the viij*** daie the Kynge went to his bedde to Lunsta,^ the engyns castyng stille before the castell. The position indicated, and the spelling Chitreart, prove this place to be Auchterarder. For present condition of this castle, see M 'Gibbon and Ross's Architecture^ vol. * James had lately sent choristers and an organ down from England to the Royal Chapel at Holyrood. His hangings^ they desire might likewise be left as reliques to put them in mind of his majesty : and they promise to dispense with the wooden images;* but for those graven images in his new beautified chapel, they threaten to pull down soon after his departure, and to make of them a burnt offering, to appease the indignation they imagine conceived against them in the breast of the Almighty, for suffering such idolatry to enter into their kingdom : the organ I think will find mercy, because (as they say) there is some affinity between them and bag-pipes.
xxi.), and by Tytler in the Bannatyne Miscellany (vol. The text of Nicolas (which is followed here as being the more intelligible to the modem reader) was produced from the collation of three manuscripts in the British Museum, checked by another written in Norman-French. The Thursdaie wente to Estrevelyn,^ and they that were in the castell ran away, and left non but the Porter, which did render the keyes: and theder cam therle of Stradern ^ to the pees ; and the Kynge tarried ther v daies. It was the first time sucli music had been heard there since the dethronement of Mary (Calderwood, vii. The skipper that brought the singing men with their papistical vestments, complains that he hath been much troubled with a strange singing in his head ever since they came aboard his ship, for remedy whereof, the parson of the parish hath persuaded him to sell that profane vessel, and to distribute the money among the faithful brethren.
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In 1834 the Bannatyne Club also published the text of the Norman-French MS., in which the spelling of the proper names differs considerably from that of the texts of Tytler and Nicolas. And on Saint Georges daie the xxiij day of Aprill cam newes to the Kynge that they of Scotland had besegeid the Castell of Dunbarre that longed to the Erie Patrik* the whiche holded strongly with the Kynge of England. The Wednesdaie ^ Roxburgh Castle was sui Toudered to Edward by Jntnes the Steward of Scotlaud, who swore fealty to England, and abjured the French alliance. ^ Following the organ and choristers, images of the patriarchs and apostles were sent by James for the adornment of his chapel. We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. Refrain from automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. As the Scottish nation could never be brought to recognise this superiority, the opportunity of Edward's troubles with France and Wales was promptly seized for throwing off the English yoke. 6 went to Kynge Garden ^ a faiour manour ; the Thui'sdaie to the mountaigne of Glowberwy;^ the Wedeninesdaie to a manour in the Dounes * amonge the monntaignes ; the Satur- daie to the cyte of Dabberden,* a faire castell and a good towne upon the see, and taried ther v dales ; and thedar was brought the Kynges enemy Syr Thomas Worhne,* Sir Hugh Saint John did take and xij with hyni. An alliance (memorable as the beginning of a foreign policy on the part of Scotland) was formed with Norway and France, and a Scottish army crossed the border on what proved to be an unsuccessful invasion of England. In Speed's map it appears as Jiiiergu U, ^' Faraell, near Montrose. The Fridaie after wente to Kyntom ^ manner ; the Saturdaie to Fyuin^ Castell; the Sundaie to Banet Castell;® the Mundaie to incolan maner ;® the Tuesdaie in tentis in Lannoy ^® upon the ryver to repenathe ^^ maner in the counte of Morenue ; the Thurs- daie to the cite of Deigm,^^ a good Castell and a good towne, and taried ther ij daies; the Sundaie to Eosers Maner." The Kynge sente the same daie Syr John Cantelow,^* Syr Hugh Spencer and Syr John Hastynges to serche the countrey of Badenasshe and sente the Bishopp of Dwi-eysm ^^ with his people over the mountaynes by another way then he wente hymselfe ; the Mundaie he wente into Interkeratche,^^ wher ther was no more then iij houses in a rowe between too mountaignes.