Maggie had baked a scone and handed it to him; then, after he had bitten it, he handed it back.
(here we get hold of historic fact) placed it at Scone in the ninth century.
He attended at the crowning of Charles at Scone, January 1, 1651.
Edward then harried the land and carried off the Stone of Destiny from Scone.
At this time Ormsby, the justiciary, was holding court at Scone.
"Splendidly," Jim said, taking his cup, and retiring from the tea-table with a scone.
He dropped on a knee and drew a scone and some fish from the ashes.
Charles the Second was crowned by the Scotch at Scone, in 1651.
Cut me a scone, Val, and put butter on it, but not too much.
It was precisely on this tenth scone that he counted for his dinner.