A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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Hie scule, scole, schole, n. Also: scoole, schoole. [Hie a. 5.] The principal grammar school of Edinburgh. Also hie grammer schole. 1531 Edinb. B. Rec. II. 48.
Maister Adam Mwre, maister of the hie scule 1577–8 Ib. IV. 63.
James Ros … to … big the Hie Scole in the maist commodeous place within the Blakfreir kirk yaird 1579 Ib. 104.
Maister of the new Hie Scole, callyt the Grammer Scole of this burgh 1580 Ib. 190.
The scholeris following quha was put in waird for hadding of the hie schoill 1598 Ib. V. 232.
The scailing of the hie schole for feir of the pest 1611 Ib. VI. 81.
Proclamatioun … that nane putt thair bairnis to ony other grammer schole but the hie schole 1659 Ib. IX. 171.
The fees to be payit to the Master and doctoris of the hie schoole
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