tier of the kin of Scots, after mentioning the conference at Craigmillar concerning a divorce, add, aSo after these premises, ... But, 1. This is nothing more than the private opinion or personal aflirrnation of these two noblemen. 2. The conclusion which ... On the back of this copy, there is pasted, indeed, a paper, which Cecil has marked, aAnswer of the earl of Murray to a ... and the authenticity of the protestation should be a mitted in its fullest extent, it may still be a question, what degree ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The History of Scotland During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of King James VI. Till His Accession to the Crown of England|