inbringing

inbringing

(ˈɪnˌbrɪŋɪŋ)
n
the act of bringing in
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The four had been accused "of theft, inbringing of thieves, murder, mutilation, fire-raising, [and] houghing of oxe." One of them, Christie Armstrong, had been declared a rebel in May 1603, ostensibly for his support of the defiant Dumfries magnate, John, Lord Maxwell.(75) The relatively remote locale of Glasgow ensured that few sympathetic borderers would be at hand to protest the earl's proceedings at the malefactors' trial.