"No banners, cousin, to be 'blown by the night wind of Heaven.' No signs that a 'Scottish monarch sleeps below.'"
Fanny's quotes come from 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel', a lengthy narrative poem by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) first published in 1805. The relevant lines appear in Stanzas 10 and 12 of Canto 2:
Full many a scutcheon and banner riven,
Shook to the cold night-wind of heaven,
They sate them down on a marble stone,
(A Scottish monarch slept below;)
The descriptions in the poem are of Melrose Abbey in Melrose, Scotland, which was founded in 1136.