Publications: Aberdeen, Scot. Records of Old Aberdeen, MCLVII-MCMIII. Ed. by Alexander Macdonald Munro. 2 v. 1899-1909, Tema 20,Volumen1

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Página 2 - ... existere de perpetrata iniquitate cognoscat et a sacratissimo corpore et sanguine Dei et domini redemptoris nostri...
Página xxxvi - Preterea quascumque possessiones, quecumque bona idem monasterium impresentiarum iuste et canonice possidet, aut in futurum concessione pontificum, largitione regum vel principum, oblatione fidelium seu aliis iustis modis, prestante Domino, poterit adipisci, firma vobis vestrisque successoribus et illibata permaneant.
Página xxxvi - Domino poterit adipisci firma tibi tuis|que successoribus et illibata permaneant; in quibus hec propriis duximus exprimenda vocabulis...
Página 27 - GEORGE, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, to...
Página 27 - In cujus rei testimonium, praesentibus sigillum nostrum per Unionis tractatum custodiend. et in Scotia vice et loco magni sigilli ejusdem utend. ordina...
Página 2 - Si qua igitur in futurum ecclesiastica secularisve persona hanc nostre constitutionis paginam sciens contra eam temere venire temptaverit secundo tertiove commonita...
Página 3 - William by the grace of God King of Scots to all good men of his whole land greeting.
Página 9 - ... and as freely, quietly, fully, wholly, honourably, well and in peace, in all and...
Página 3 - Scottorum, omnibus probis hominibus tocius terre sue, clericis et laicis, salutem. Sciant presentes et futuri me...
Página 17 - Highnesse the Lord Protector taking into consideration the great advantage which may redound to the people of this Commonwealth, inhabiting in Scotland, that the Universities there should receive both countenance and encouragement, and be provided for with competent maintenance for the members of the said Universities, for the better training up of youth in piety and good literature ; doth ordain.

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