Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
NOTWITHSTANDING , prep. In Sc. usage freq. followed by of, = in spite of.
Sc. 1715 Caldwell Papers (M.C.) 232:
Notwithstanding of which concert, and that Sir Joseph Jekyll did move in terms of the agreement, The P[arliament] insisted upon a week longer. Sc. 1747 Lyon in Mourning (S.H.S.) II. 97:
I then says to him that, notwithstanding of what freedome wee enjoy'd there with him, wee cou'd've no access to him, if he were setled in London. Slk. c.1817 Hogg Tales (1837) III. 66:
Notwithstanding of his . . . remonstrances. Sc. 1844 H. Stephens Bk. Farm II. 404:
Notwithstanding of this common opinion.
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