Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, المجلد 3

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Notice of the Roman Altars c presented by the Right Hon Sir George
37
Notice of a Tomb on the Hill of Roseisle Morayshire recently opened also
46
Plans of Crannoge in Dhu Loch and in Loch Quien Bute Plate V
47
Account of a recent discovery of Stone Cists containing Urns and human
50
Notice of the Kers of Samuelston By Thomas Thomson F S A Scot
64
Caiens at Clava plates VI and VII 49
68
Notice of Sculptured Stones found at Dinnacair near Stonehaven
69
How it can be best adapted to accomplish useful
76
Historical Notices of the Family of King James the First of Scotland chiefly
87
Notice of Bronze Relics c found in the Isle of Skye By John Alex
101
Notice of Farthings of John King of England from a hoard of Coins dis
107
Notice of a Volume of the Accounts of Sir William Bruce of Balcaskie
113
Notice of the Burg of Mousa in Shetland By Sir Henry Dryden Bart
123
Section and Plan of Circular Building in South Uist
125
Beehive Houses in Harris Plate X
128
Beehive Houses iu Nig Lewis Plates XI XVII 136 137 138 139
136
Note of the Recent Excavation of a Cairn on the High Law and of other
144
Proceedings during the Seventyninth Session
151
Presidents Address By Hon Lord Neaves V P S A Scot
152
Report on the State of the Affairs of the Society By John Stuart
159
View of Interior of MidCalder Church Plate XVIII
160
Notice of Armorial Bearings and Inscriptions in the Church of MidCalder
164
View of the Exterior of MidCalder Church Plate XIX 166 View of the Exterior of MidCalder Church Plate XIX
168
Proposals for Cleaning and Lighting the City of Edinburgh in the year 1735
171
Description of a Cairn in the Isle of Bute By John Mackinlay F S
180
Gold Discs and Amber Beads found in a Barrow in Orkney Plate XXII
183
Remarks on the Ancient Structures called Picts Houses and Burghs with
187
Sections of the Burg of Mousa Plate XXIII
194
Notice of a Barrow at Huntiscarth in the Parish of Harray Orkney recently
195
List of TreasureTrove from Orkney and other places presented to
245
Covenantees Flags Plates XXVII XXVIII XXIX 253 254 256
253
his History and Churches By William Reeves D D
258
Notice of the Ancient Church of St Helen at Aldcambus and of Fragments
296
Ground Plan of St Helens Church and LufTness Plate XXX
299
The Round Tower of Abernethy By Richard Rolt Brash Architect
303
Sections and Plans of the Round Tower of Abernethy Plate XXXII
306
Proceedings during the Eightieth Session
321
Anniversary Address By Cosmo Innes F S A Scot
323
Account of Lieut Colonel William Mercer Author of Anglue Speculum
341
Notice of the Accountbook of Andrew Halyburton Conservator of
358
Statement Relative to the Removal of St Margarets Well By David
365
Notes on the Antiquities of Kinrossshire By Robert Annan Surgeon
375
Notice of a Medallion of Paul Jones given by himself to Mrs Belshes
391
Photograph of an Illuminated MS which formerly belonged to Queen
394
Account of the Original Protest of the Bohemian Nobles against the Burn
408
On the Use of Wine amongst the Lower Orders in Scotland in the Seven
424
Notes on Clock and Watch Making with Descriptions of several Antique
430
Reference Notes to Plan and Views of Ancient Remains on the Summit
440
Plan of the Law Hill Dundee Plate XXXIV
442
Concordia facta inter Anglicos et Scotos 3d January 13223 Communi
454
On the Use of Bronze and Iron in Ancient Egypt with reference to general
464
On the Connexion between Scotland and the Council of Constance in
471
Notes respecting a Bronze Tripod Vessel with an Inscription found
478
View of the Wall on the Law Hill Dundee Plate XXXV 4 31
485
Notice of a Cist opened on the Land of Roseisle Morayshire of PhotoZinco
490
Notice of Coffins formed of Stone Slabs found on the Farm of Milton
503
Index
507

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الصفحة 330 - How charming is divine Philosophy ! Not harsh and crabbed, as dull fools suppose, But musical as is Apollo's lute, And a perpetual feast of nectared sweets, Where no crude surfeit reigns.
الصفحة 89 - Chartier is well known. Finding this famous poet asleep in the saloon of the palace, she stooped down and kissed him — observing to her ladies, who were somewhat astonished at the proceeding, that she did not kiss the man, but the mouth which had uttered so many fine things : a singular, and, as they perhaps thought, too minute a distinction.
الصفحة 205 - So with a friendly farewell, I left him as well as I hope never to see him in a worse estate ; for he is amongst Noblemen and Gentlemen that knowe his true worth, and their own honours, where with much respective love he is worthily entertained.
الصفحة 10 - Behind is a kind of organ with two angels, not of ideal beauty, and perhaps portraits of the king's two sisters, Mary Lady Hamilton, and Margaret, then unmarried, — a conjecture supported by the uncommon ornament of a coronet on the head of one of "the angels. Hardly can any kingdom- in Europe boast of a more noble family picture of this early epoch ; and it is in itself a convincing specimen of the attention of James the Third to the fine arts.
الصفحة 416 - In 1622 a more stringent measure was passed, termed an " Act that nane send wynes to the His...
الصفحة 401 - HUSS, bachelor in divinity, and master of arts, the bearer of these presents, journeying from Bohemia to the Council of Constance, whom we have taken under our protection and safeguard, and under that of the empire...
الصفحة 302 - Towards the top are four windows, which have served for the admission of light ; they are equidistant, and five feet nine inches in height, and two feet two inches in breadth, and each is supported by two small pillars. At the bottom are two rows of stones projecting from beneath, which served for the basis of a pedestal.
الصفحة 319 - And I love it. I love everything that's old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wine; and, I believe, Dorothy (taking her hand), you'll own I have been pretty fond of an old wife.
الصفحة 401 - Constance, whom we have taken under our protection and safe-guard, and under that of the empire, enjoining you to receive him and treat him kindly, furnishing him with all that shall be necessary to speed and assure his journey, as well by water as by land, without taking...
الصفحة 453 - now to be seen," says Hasted, " as well oa the heaths near Crayford, as in the fields and woods hereabout, many •artificial CAVES, or holes in the earth; some of which are ten, some fifteen, and others twenty fathoms deep. At the mouth, and thence downward, they are narrow, like the tunnel or passage of a well; but at the bottom they are large, and of great compass; insomuch, that some of them have several rooms, or partitions, one within another, strongly vaulted, and supported with pillars of...

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