The Black Book of Paisley, and Other Manuscripts of the Scotichronicon; With a Note Upon John de Burdeus or John de Burgundia, Otherwise Sir John Mandeville, and the Pestilence

 
9780217379267: The Black Book of Paisley, and Other Manuscripts of the Scotichronicon; With a Note Upon John de Burdeus or John de Burgundia, Otherwise Sir John Mandeville, and the Pestilence

This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1885. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Gesta Annalia and Scotichronicon.1 The extract in question is not in the Black Book of Paisley, or in Goodall's text of the Scotichronicon. The compiler of the Extracta was acquainted with the latter, as well as with the Book of Scone,2 so that he must have had before him another chronicle which had been brought from Paisley, and which was understood to have been written there. Robert Scott, the transcriber of the Edinburgh manuscript of the Scotichronicon, makes a similar reference, "sed contrarium patet libro octavo cap. xxv. ubi est fundatoris de Pasleto, secundum quod habetur ex chronicis ejusdem monasterii et aliorum antiquorum scriptorum."8 As showing what the Paisley chronicle was, it may not be out of place to repeat the quotation given in the Extracta :-- Alia cronica de jure Roberti de Broys regis quod habuit ad regnum Scocie, quequidem cronica reperiebatur scripta apud Pasceletum inter alias antiquas scriptas cronicas, et est ista :-- Dominus de Allyrdaile habuit duas filias subscriptas, scilicet Mariotam et Gunnuldam: Mariota fuit [sponsa] domini Galiwidie, de qua genuit idem dominus Rolandum dominum Galiwidie, a quo Alanus Galiwidie venit; Gunnulda fuit sponsa David comitis de Huntyngtone, filii Henrici de Huntyngtone quem David rex Scocie genuit. Iste David come3 de Huntyngtone genuit de eadem Gunnulda Johannem Scotum qui fuit comes de Garviache, qui mortuus est sine liberis, et dedit Garviach monasterio de Lundouris. Genuit eciam idem David ex eadem Gunnulda tres filias, scilicet Margaretam [sponsatam] Alano domino Galiwidie, ex quibus processit Deruergilla que fuit desponsata domino de Balliolo ex quibus pro' cessit Johannes de Balliolo a quo Eduardus de Balliolo, et istam Isabellam 'Extracta e Variis Crouicis, p. 247. At p. 244 begins, ...

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