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Regiam majestatem. : the auld lawes and constitutions of Scotland [1004-1400]. Faithfullie collected furth of the register and other auld authentick bukes, fra the dayes of King Malcolme the Second, vntill the time of King James the First, of gude memorie: and trewlie corrected in sindrie faults and errours, committed be ignorant writers

Author: John Skene, Sir; David Dalrymple, Sir; Scotland.
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for John Wood ; And Sold by him, J. Bell, and C. Elliot, 1774.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Skene, Sir; David Dalrymple, Sir; Scotland.
OCLC Number: 13111248
Notes: "Qvherevnto are adjoined twa treatises, the ane anent the order of proces observed before the lords of counsell, and session: the other of crimes, and judges in criminall causes."
"Printed conform to the first edition in 1609."
Signatures: A-3N⁴, *A-*P⁴, *Q², [A]-N².
Table of contents, pp. 417-464.
Bound with: An examination of some of the arguments for the high antiquity of Regiam majestatem; and an inquiry into the authenticity of Leges Malcolmi. By Sir David Dalrymple. Edinburgh: Printed by A. Murray and J. Cochran. Sold by J. Balfour, and other booksellers, 1769. 52 p.
Description: ix, [3], 464, 124, 52 pages ; 28 cm
Other Titles: Avld lavves and constitvtions of Scotland
Ane short forme of proces, presentlie vsed and observed before the lords of covnsell, and session
Crimes, and jvdges in criminall causes, conforme to the lawes of this realme
Examination of some of the arguments for the high antiquity of Regiam majestatem; and an inquiry into the authenticity of Leges Malcolmi.
Responsibility: And translated out of Latine in Scottish language, to the use and knawledge of all the subjects within this realme with ane large table of the contents thereof. Be Sir John Skene of Curriehill, clerk of our Soveraigne Lordis register, counsell, and Rollis.

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