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    Extracts from the Records, 1561, Jan-June

    siclike the samyn nycht, betuix viij and ix houris at evin, enterit in the samyn maner returnyt to the Nether Port and keipit the samyn at thair plesour, in manifest contempt of oure Soueranis autorite and magistratis of this burgh British History Online

    Edward VI, September 1547, 01 September 1547-30 September 1547

    to stand there. Leith is empty, and the people ordered to keep Edinburgh, but "soberly" prepared to resist: the Nether Port is rampired with "faill," and one or two pieces of ordnance. On the Castlehill they have cut a "fowse" Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    party entered Old Edinburgh, with the quaint appearance of which her Majesty expressed much delight. When immediately under the Nether Port the Queen was presented by the Marquis of Lothian, on behalf of Mr. Councillor Dunlop, with a beautifully bound Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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