Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9; Collected from Public Records and Authentic Private Sources Volume 3

Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9; Collected from Public Records and Authentic Private Sources Volume 3

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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. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...Jesuites that are excommunicat and lyes at the home in the Dyocie of Aberdene onlie. "Mr. Alexander Irwing, burges of Aberdene, the avowed resaitter of seminaries, and the most pernicious and peirt infecter in the north. Walter Leslie, in Aberdene, alledgeit to be a seminarie himself. John Gordoun, Laird of Craig, younger, a most scandalous example and sedulous seducer, cloaking all his in-solencies and contempt of laws with ane ex-emption from his lait Majestie, ance already banished from the Kingdom. Mr. Robert Bisset of Lessendrum, bailyie to the Marquis of Huntlie, a most pestiferous seducer, a public reasoner and railer. Alexander Leslie, brother to the Laird of PetcapelL III. "The names of resaitteris of seminaries and Jesuites that as yet are nocht excommunicat nor denounced bot most of thame under pro-cesse with resorteris and convoyeris of thame. "The Erie of Errol--The Lord of Aboyne--Laird Delgatie--Laird of Geicht--John Turin, Laird of Foverne--William Hay of Fetter-letter--Gordon of Blelack--Patrick Gordoun of Kincraigie--Mr. Gordoun of Abergeldie--James Gordoun of Letterfurie--William Leslie, brother to George Leslie, the Capucian--Patrick Christiesone in Fetterneir, and others. "These are the names of the most scandalous and irregular onlie of the adversars of thetreuth, surceasing to sett doun the great number of otheris (and specialise of the female sex) that hes maid the lyk defectioun from the treuth." Maidrnent's Analecta Scotica, vol. ii. pp. 52-55, Edinburgh, 1837; Miscellanies of the Spalding Club, vol. ii. preface p. lv.; and Gordon's Scots Affairs, vol. iii. p. 246. George Leslie, Father Archangel. Among a number of papers brought from the Scotch College at Douai, and now in the collection of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 390g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236489039
  • 9781236489036