For Dunfermline was forgotten in rebellious times, and the tombs were undisturbed.
For a number of years Blair has been an inmate of the Dunfermline poor house.
Mr. Paton of Dunfermline possesses a gold torquated ring, obtained in that neighbourhood.
She introduced Benedictines from Canterbury into her foundation at Dunfermline.
The canons of Durham controlled it until 1504, and in 1509 it was placed under the rule of Dunfermline.
Is it swifter than the horse which his Majesty keeps for his own use at Dunfermline?
We had another valuable partner in a second cousin of mine, a son of Cousin Morrison of Dunfermline.
Dunfermline is now the principal seat of the damask manufacture.
This is all the authentic information that exists respecting the memorable conference at Dunfermline.
Ann was apprehended near Dunfermline for some of her unlawful practices.