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" ... ensuing day. It was conceded to them, though reluctantly, as the best way of preserving peace. We may here remark that different English historians call the vanguard, thus composed, by the various names of Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian.... "
Origin of the Scots and the Scottish language - Pagina 77
door James Paterson - 1858 - 166 pagina’s
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Annals of Scotland: From the Accession of Malcolm III in the Year ..., Volume 1

Sir David Dalrymple - 1819
...primi ictus a rege Scottorum invito praeripuerant ;' H. Huntington, p. 388. This strange contrariety ought to teach us, that the English historians are...obvious has not been attended to by our antiquaries. f A bastard son of the great Baron of that name ; Aldred de lello standardi, p. 34•2. 3 Aldred,...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 41

1829
...Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that ' this strange contrariety ought to teach us that the English historians are...ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times.' This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 41

1829
...Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Huiles observes that ' this strange contrariety ought to teach us dial the English historians are no certain guides for ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland iu ancient times.' This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 20

Walter Scott - 1848
...Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that " this strange contrariety ought to teach us that the English historians are...ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times." This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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Periodical Criticism, Volume 4

Sir Walter Scott - 1835
...Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that " this strange contrariety ought to teach us that the English historians are...ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times." This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Periodical criticism

Sir Walter Scott - 1835
...Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that " this strange contrariety ought to teach us that the English historians are...ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times." This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott: Biographical memoirs of ...

Walter Scott - 1838
...Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that "this strange contrariety ought to teach us thai the English historians are no certain guides for ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times." This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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The Scottish war of independence, its antecedents and effects

William Burns (of Glasgow.) - 1874
...affair, Hailes has a very pertinent caution against accepting too implicitly these chroniclers as " guides for ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes who inhabited Scotland ; an observation which though so very obvious (he remarks), has not been attended to by our antiquaries."3...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1829
...Picts, Scots, Galwegians, and Men of Lothian. Lord Hailes observes that ' this strange contrariety ought to teach us that the English historians are...ascertaining the denominations of the different tribes which inhabited Scotland in ancient times.' This proposition, in the abstract, is as judicious as those...
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