Bellenden, John (d. 1550)

Bellenden, John, of Moray, a Scottish writer in the 16th century; translated, at the request of James V., Hector Boece's “History of Scotland,” and the first five books of Livy, which remain the earliest extant specimens of Scottish prose, and remarkable specimens they are, for the execution of which he was well rewarded, being made archdeacon of Moray for one thing, though he died in exile; (d. 1550).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Belleisle, Charles Louis Auguste Fouquet, Count of * Bellenden, William
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Bell-the-Cat
Bella, Stephano della
Bell`amy, Jacob
Bellange
Bellar`mine, Robert
Bellay, Joachim du
Belle France
Belle-Isle
Belleisle, Charles Louis Auguste Fouquet, Count of
Bellenden, John
Bellenden, William
Beller`ophon
Bellerophon, Letters of
Belles-lettres
Belleville
Belliard, Comte de
Belli`ni
Bellini, Gentile
Bellini, Giovanni
Bellini, Jacopo

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