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HISTORIOGRAPHER TO THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY ; FELLOW OF THE
SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND; AND CORRESPONDING MEMBER
OF THE HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF

NEW ENGLAND

VOL. IV.

LONDON
PRINTED FOR THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY

PREFACE.

A CHIEF design entertained by the founders of the Royal Historical Society to procure materials for history from unexplored or recondite sources, is in a great measure realised in the Papers which constitute the present volume. It is the constant aim of the Council to secure such contributions as may promote discussion at the Monthly Meetings and at the same time prove useful in the permanent record of the Society's Transactions. Since the publication of vol. iii. the number of Fellows has increased from 383 to 466. A Library, supplied by the contributions of Members, has been opened at the Society's Rooms.

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CONTENTS.

PAGE

PREFACE,

ii

LIST OF FELLOWS,

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HISTORICAL NOTICES AND CHARTERS OF THE PRIORY OF BEAULY. By

EDMUND CHISHOLM-BATTEN, Esq., F.R.S.E.,
No. I. Bulla Gregorii Papæ Priori de Bello Loco Ordinis Vallis-

caulium Rossensis Diocoesis. Ex Autographo (1231],
II. Carta Willielmi Byseth de Ecclesia de Aberterth Facta

Fratribus de Bello Loco Ordinis Valliscaulium. Ex Au

tographo (1231),
III. Carta Andreæ Moraviensis Episcopi de Decimis Garbarum

et Salmonum Parochiæ de Abertarff,
iv. Carta Laurentii Militis, Filij Patricij Janitoris de Innernes

Priori de Bello Loco. Ex Autographo (1255), .
v. Carta Magistri Henrici de Tottyngham Priori de Bello Loco.

Ex Autographo 1274,
VI. Carta David de Innerlunan de Terra de Auchterwaddalle

seu Onachterwadale ex Dono Gillechrist Macgilleduffi
Fratribus de Bello Loco. Ex Autographo [c. 1275),

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IMMANUEL KANT IN HIS REI TION TO MODERN HISTORY. By GUS

TAVUS GEORGE ZERFFI, Esq., Ph.D., F.R.S.L., F.R.H.S.,

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THE HISTORY OF LANDHOLDING IN ENGLAND. By JOSEPH FISHER,
Esq., F.R.H.S.,

1. The Aborigines,
II. The Romans,
III. The Scandinavians,
IV. The Normans, .
1 v. The Plantagenets,
VI. The Tudors,
VII. The Stuarts,
VIII. The House of Hanover,

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117 132 144 163 169

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