The Historians of Scotland, Volumen6

Edmonston and Douglas, 1874

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Página xxvii - Egredere de terra tua, et de cognatione tua, et de domo patris tui, et veni in terram quam monstrabo tibi.
Página 97 - LORD is: blessed is the man that trusteth in him. 9 O fear the LORD, ye that are his saints: for they that fear him lack nothing. 10 The lions do lack, and suffer hunger: but they who seek the LORD shall want no manner of thing that is good. 11 Come, ye children, and hearken unto me: I will teach you the fear of the LORD.
Página 294 - Donnan then went with his people to the Hebrides, and they took up their abode there in a place where the sheep of the queen of the country were kept. This was told to the queen. ' Let them all be killed,' said she. ' That would not be a religious act,
Página 353 - Religiosam uitam eligentibus apostolicum conuenit adesse presidium, ne forte cuiuslibet temeritatis incursus aut eos a proposito reuocet, aut robur, quod absit, sacre religionis infringat.
Página 354 - ... potestatis honorisque sui dignitate careat reamque se diuino iudicio existere de perpetrata iniquitate cognoscat et a sacratissimo corpore ac sanguine Dei et domini redemptoris nostri lesu Christi aliena fiat atque in extremo examine districte ultioni subiaceat.
Página 354 - Decernimus ergo, ut nulli omnino hominum liceat prefatum monasterium temere, perturbare aut eius possessiones auferre uel ablatas retinere, minuere seu quibuslibet uexationibus fatigare; sed omnia in/tegra conseruentur eorum, pro quorum gubernatione ac sustentatione concessa sunt, usibus omnimodis profutura, salua sedis apostolice auctoritate.
Página 353 - Of the burial of his son, John, Lord of the Isles, a more particular description is given. " He died in his own castle at Ardtornish, while monks and priests were over his body, and having received the body of Christ and extreme unction, his fair body was brought to Icolmkill, and the abbot and the monks and vicars came along with him, as it was customary to accompany the bodies of the Kings of Fingall, and his service and waking were honourably performed during eight days and eight nights, and he...
Página 275 - The river Ness is the outlet of Loch Ness into the sea. It leaves the lake at Bona ferry, and, running north-eastwards for six miles, passes the town of Inverness, which derives its name from its situation at the mouth of the river, and falls into the Moray Firth. CHAPTER xxx.
Página 28 - ... paces. But what is stranger still : to those who were with him in the church, his voice did not seem louder than that of others ; and yet at the same time persons more than a mile away heard it so distinctly that they could mark each syllable of the verses he was singing, for his voice sounded the same whether far or near.
Página clxi - Beda, for he was tearful, penitent, given to prayer, diligent, ascetic, temperate ; he never used to eat except on Sunday and Thursday ; he made a slave of himself to these virtues ; and, moreover, he was wise and learned in the clear understanding of the Holy Scriptures of God.

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