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Literary usage of Dalmahoy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scottish Nation: Or, The Surnames, Families, Literature, Honours, and by William Anderson (1877)
"The first on record appears to have been Henry de dalmahoy, who lived in the ... Richard de dalmahoy, the third of that ilk, is particularly named in the ..."
2. Logie: A Parish History by Robert Menzies Fergusson (1905)
"James dalmahoy hod, it appears, been priest of Tullibody under the Monastery of Cambuskenneth, and having afterwards embraced the reformed religion ..."
3. Guide to Printed Books and Manuscripts Relating to English and Foreign by George Gatfield (1892)
"Falconer. Lond. 1866, 8°- Some Account of the Surname of Falconer. See dalmahoy, The Family of, 1867. Falconer of Leighton. Liue- age, pp. G. [Edinb. 1870 ? ..."
4. Publications by Scottish History Society (1894)
"Т* 6d yr, after w* young ratho dalmahoy, Mr Ja. adain foulis, etc., 10s . . 00 17 6 sum is 130 19 6 26 for a chopin new seek to dinner . .100 27 for re ..."
5. The King of Saxony's Journey Through England and Scotland in the Year 1844 by Carl Gustav Carus (1846)
"And before returning to dalmahoy, I could not help trying whether I could ... dalmahoy, Aug. 3—Evening. As I was very desirous of getting a somewhat better ..."
6. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1842)
"By JAMES dalmahoy, Esq. Communicated by the Author. THE fact that a rain-gauge, placed in an elevated and detached situation, receives less rain than an ..."
7. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council, Peter Hume Brown, Evan Whyte Melville Balfour-Melville, Henry Paton (1906)
"(Signed) SJ dalmahoy. Edinburgh, 28 Aprill, 1643." [Addressed on the back] " To the rieht ... dalmahoy ..."