Berewicscīr

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Berewicscir

Berewicscir is scīr on norþhealfe þæs Tuidi ea. Heo hæfþ mearc mid mid Norþhymbralande be suðan, East Loðene and Midloðene be norðan. Be eastan is særime. Berewicscir is seo suðeasternmest þara Scyttiscena scirena.

Ēac is Berewicscir ehtungeard þæs Scyttisc Mearc Geþinge.

Berewicscir nimþ hiere naman fram Berewicburg, seo ær wæs micel sæport and Berewicscire scirburg oððæt wæs hit gelosen to Englacyning endlice in 1482.

Stōwlice Tōþegnung[adihtan]

Berewicscir Scirgeþinge wæs uparæred in 1890. His ærest setl wæs in Dunse, æt þæm ealdan Scirgerefa Stālærne.

Berewicscir nis nu gerecscir; se Scirgeþinge wæs geended in 1975. Nu feolþ heo under þǣm Scyttisce Mearc geþingedome. Æfter 1975 oððæt 1995 wæron Berewicscire nama, wæpen and mæst hiere gierde þurh boldgetale gebrucan.

Stær[adihtan]

Berewicscire scirburg, hwæræfter is hit genemed, wæs Berewic oððæt 1482, þa wæs Berewicburg gelosen to Englum. (Man secgþ þe Berewic is nu burg in Norþhymbralande.) Æfter 1482 wæs Berewicscire toþegnung gedon æt Dunse oððe æt Laudere, oððæt in 1596 weard Greneloh þa scirburg[1].

Scild[adihtan]

Berewicscirgeþinges wæpen

Berewicscir Scirgeþinge abaddon wæpengiefu in 1890. Se Leo Hlaford Wæpencyning bryttade þone giefe in þæm ilcan geare. Þa wæpen gesceaweden beran in bende to elme, seo wæs dæl þære wæpna Berewic-burgscipes, and wæs scild-cræftig gamen on byriges and scire namum[2].

Berewicscir in Stowlicum Þeawe[adihtan]

Oððæt ðe Berewicscire naman is be wealdlice gehyded, on þære scire folc nis he geforged. Giet is The Berwickshire News gewídmærsed ælce wuce, and manige gefērscipas and band habbað Berewicscir in hiera naman.

Se Berewicscir Burglufu Frygyld hegaþ gearlic Freoðiað Berewicscir Clæne Tilung, gedemede ælc Þrimilcemonaþ. Nu tilaþ se Frygyld for radtæcne æt þæm ingangum þære scire to secgenne 'Þu cymest in Berewicscire'

Tune and Byrig[adihtan]

Stedas in Berewicscire include:

Glēsing[adihtan]

  1. [1] Samuel Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland (1846)
  2. R.M. Urquhart, Scottish Burgh and county Heraldry, London, 1973


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