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" Brus and the Earl of Carrick, his son, attacked the castle of Dumfries with fire and arms and banners displayed, and against the peace expelled the forces of the Queen who held the same. Hence Sir Robert advanced to the castle of Until.* He then caused... "
Scotland: Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ... - Page lxxx
by Great Britain. Exchequer - 1837 - 434 pages
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Documents and Records Illustrating the History of Scotland, and ..., Volume 1

Sir Francis Palgrave - Scotland - 1837 - 31 pages
... 6.), that when time of the the Bishops and great men of Scotland had LadyofScot- gwom ^ defend ^ Kingdom for their Lady, the daughter of the King of...who held the same. Hence, Sir * The name is dubious. Robert advanced to the castle of * Proceedings • before the He then caused a proclamation to be made...
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History of the Burgh of Dumfries

William M'Dowall - Dumfries (Scotland) - 1867 - 916 pages
...Robert Bruce and the Earl of Carrick, his son, after also doing fealty to her as their lady liege, attacked the Castle of Dumfries with fire and arms, and banners displayed, expelling the forces of the Queen who held the same ; that thereupon Sir Robert advanced to the Castle...
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History of the burgh of Dumfries, with notices of Nithsdale, Annandale, and ...

William McDowall - Dumfries (Scotland) - 1867
...Robert Bruce and the Earl of Carrick, his son, after also doing fealty to her as their lady liege, attacked the Castle of Dumfries with fire and arms, and banners displayed, expelling the forces of the Queen who held the same; that thereupon Sir Robert advanced to the Castle...
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Robert the Bruce

Sir Herbert Maxwell - Scotland - 1897 - 387 pages
...to defend the kingdom for their Lady, the daughter of the King of Norway, . . . Sir Robert de Brus and the Earl of Carrick, his son, attacked the castle...the forces of the Queen who held the same. Hence Sir Robert advanced to the castle of Botil.* He then caused a proclamation to be made by one Patrick M'Guffok...
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Sir William Wallace

:A:F Murison - 1898
...pleadings before Edward in 1291, averred that, in violation of their oath of fealty to Queen Margaret, 'Sir Robert Bruce and the Earl of Carrick, his son,...forces of the Queen, who held the same. Hence Sir Robert advanced to the castle of Buittle. He then caused a proclamation to be made by one Patrick M'Guffock,...
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