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MacGregor, M.D. (2006)
Publisher: University of Aberdeen
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: PB1501
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    • 1513; 7 April 1516. Solicitude for the souls of the dead: 9 September 1513,
    • the entry on Flodden (Gregory 1831: 320, 322, 324). 26 Chron. Fortingall only adopts such an approach to death and burial from
    • winter 1554-5 onwards. It contains two earlier expressions of solicitude for
    • the souls of the dead (12 December 1516, 24-26 May 1519), and one earlier
    • instance of precise location of burial (17 January 1436). Before 1519, it also
    • tends to cite place of burial less regularly than Chron. B. 27 It is possible that some emendation of B's poetic texts took place after 1542,
    • across of prose items from B to the Book of Fortingall (Mapstone 1985:
    • 307-10), but also the possibility that Chron. Fortingall draws upon Chron.
    • Kings from Boece' (Innes 1855: x). The minor orthographic variations
    • being the source drawn upon by the latter (Mapstone 1985: 309). Similar
    • somewhat from that employed in B (Meek 1989: 138) Cf. Gillies 1983: 62. 28 Gregory 1831: 325, read planetus. 29 In the case of five kings the book and chapter references given in B diverge
    • Husbands 1941: 2. 443-4. 30 Specimens of the signature of Donnchadh Campbell of Glen Orchy survive,
    • in a notably competent hand (Breadalbane Muns., 1/24 (Du(n)ca(n)
    • Ca(m)pbell of gle(n)vrquhay); 1/38 (Duncan Campbe[ ] of glenwrquhay)). 31 B, p. 312, contains two fragmentary letters in Scots, which at one time
    • Glenorchy Campbells from 1513 to his death in 1523 (Innes 1855: 17), and
    • who had already been knighted by 3 November 1513 (Breadalbane Muns.,
    • 2/46/1). The other ends, 'I man be in Dunkeld this next Sonday and than
    • spek with zow'. See also B, p. 74, for a list of transactions, most concerning
    • meal, in which Dunkeld and Perth feature prominently. 32 Fionnlagh's wife Mariota died in Perth (at the Charterhouse?) on 4 July
    • 1526 (Innes 1855: 119). John Armour, a burgess of Perth who witnessed a
    • deed involving Fionnlagh drawn up there on 5 January 1503 (Breadalbane
    • Muns., 2/34/6), has his death noted in Chron. Fortingall (Innes 1855: 119).
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