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" But his faithful guide quickly dispelled his fears, by assuring him that he was in perfect safety ; and pointing to an elegant pinnace that was made fast to the moat, desired to know whether it was most agreeable to his ;Majesty to be carried ashore in... "
Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth - Sivu 142
tekijä(t) David Beveridge - 1885 - 7 sivua
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The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - 1806
...to return by the same waj he came ; upon which the king, preferring the shorta C'ilr»«». est wav back, was carried directly ashore, expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen. Abbey. Culross is remarkable for the ruins of a Cistertian abbey. It was founded in the year 1217 by...

Topography of Great Britain: Or, British Traveller's Directory: Cornwall

George Alexander Cooke - 1817
...return by the same way he came: upon which the king, preferring the shortest way hack, was carried ashore, expressing much satisfaction at what he had...the king was sumptuously entertained at the abbey; and some of the glasses, &c. then made -- f of in* the dessert, are still preserved in the family;...

Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Niteet 55–56

Constable and co, ltd - 1830
...K Igi ii is his descendant. ; way he came ; upon which the King, preferring the shortest way hack, was carried directly ashore, expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen. ' • He arrived at Falkland on the 19th of May, and once more enlivened, with the sonnds of his hanting-horn,...

Transactions of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts, Nide 6

Royal Scottish Society of Arts - 1864
...whether it would be most agreeable to his Majesty to be carried ashore in it or to return the same way he came, upon which the king, preferring the shortest way back, was carried ashore by it, expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen. He was then sumptuously entertained...

Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, Nide 1

Peter Chalmers - 1844
...know whether it was most agreeable to his ;Majesty to be carried ashore in it, or to return the same way he came ; upon which the King, preferring the...Abbey, some of the glasses, &c. then made use of in the desert being still preserved in the family ; and the room where his Majesty was entertained still retains...

Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, Nide 1

Peter Chalmers - 1844
...know whether it was most agreeable to his Majesty to be carried ashore in it, or to return the same way he came ; upon which the King, preferring the...sumptuously entertained at the Abbey, some of the glasses, & c. then made use of in the desert being still preserved in the family ; and the room where his Majesty...

English Forests and Forest Trees, Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive

1853 - 406 sivua
...know whether it was most agreeable to his majesty to be carried ashore in it, or to return by the same way he came ; upon which the king, preferring the...ashore, expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen.3 When James was attacked with the gout and with defluxions upon his knees, he tried a strange...

English Forests and Forest Trees, Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive

1853 - 406 sivua
...know whether it was most agreeable to his majesty to be carried ashore in it, or to return by the same way he came ; upon which the king, preferring the...ashore, expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen.8 When James was attacked with the gout and with defluxions upon his knees, he tried a strange...

The Life and Times of Robert Gib, Lord of Carribber, Familiar ..., Nide 2

Sir George Duncan Gibb - 1874
...know whether it was most agreeable to his Majesty to be carried ashore in it, or to return by the same way he came ; upon which the King, preferring the...expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen." It has sometimes occurred to us that Patrick Gib may have been in general business, and supplied the Court...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 139

1886
...neighbourhood, determined with his usual love of everything curious to visit George Bruce's pits: " Being conducted by his own desire to see the works...expressing much satisfaction at what he had seen. " We can imagine the heartfelt satisfaction with which the King, who has never been credited with much...




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