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A Dissertation Concerning the Competition for the Crown of Scotland, Betwixt Lord Robert Bruce and Lord John Baliol, in the Year 1291
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Excerpt from A Dissertation Concerning the Competition for the Crown of Scotland, Betwixt Lord Robert Bruce and Lord John Baliol, in the Year 1291: Wherein Is Proved, That by the Laws of God and of Nature, by the Civil and Feudal Laws, and Particularly by the Fundamental Law and Constitution of Scotland, at That Time, and Ever Since, the Right of Robert Bruce Was Preferable to That of John Baliol E ulhers it in with this Preamble, Whether it be that Mr. Raddiman was confcious to himfelf, he could never make out. Bruce's Title to the Crown by a Right fimilar to that whereby private Heritage deu fcends in Scotlana', I {hall not take upon me to fay but he has thought proper to rejeel: that Rule alto gether. But, why does he fpeak of what I was confcious of It had been much for his Credit, and nay-bale, if he had dealt as confeientioufly in the Mat ter as I have done. I was, and f0 were both the Ro berts, and the Eftates of Scotland in Parliament affem bled; fully, it e. In ounconfeiences perfuaded, that King Rooert I.'s Right to the crown did not depend upon, nor ought neceffarily to be determined by a Right milar to that whereby private Heritage defcends in Scot [and which Pofition being laid down, where was there a Nece 'ity that we {hould be at any Pains to find out a Similz'taa'e between Things of f0 different 21 Nature, that there could be no Similz'tude between them? Nay further, which is the fecond Ground I go upon, it is impoffible, even for the Reviewer h-imfelf, to found the Right of jolm Baliol on that Rule, for this good and in vincible Reafon, that the Right by which private Heri' tages were then fuceeeded to in Scotland, were not, as I have'faid, mz'lar among themfelves, fome of them go ing one way and others another. But come we to that which he calls my fecond Head: And here, to give the Matter a wrong Turn, he a 'erts an egregious Fall: hood. For. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."
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