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" Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus, the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell... "
History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted September 22, 1831 - Page 389
by Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland). - 1857
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History of Scotland [1149-1603], Volume 5

Patrick Fraser Tytler - Scotland - 1841
...the archbishop of St Andrew's who had been educated abroad by Erasmus, the bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenurcha,...
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The Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir, Volume 1

David Macbeth Moir - Poetry - 1852
...the Archbishop of St Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus ; the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles ; the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning; and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen Lords and Chiefs of Clans amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of...
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The Poetical Works of David Macbeth Moir [Delta], Volume 1

David Macbeth Moir - History and criticism - 1860
...the Archbishop of St Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus ; the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles ; the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning ; and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen Lords and Chiefs of Clans amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of...
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The battle of Flodden field

Robert Jones (vicar of Branxton.) - Flodden, Battle of, England, 1513 - 1864 - 91 pages
...The death of the King, together with the loss of nearly all the nobility who fought in the battle, would be known during the night, or early the next...Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. (See Note 50.) When known in the English camp that the victory was theirs, Surrey immediately ordered...
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History of Scotland [to 1603].

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1864
...the Archbishop of St Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus, the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenurcha,...
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Memorable wars of Scotland (from History of Scotland).

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1867
...the Archbishop of St Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus, the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenurcha,...
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An architectural survey of the churches in the archdeaconry of Lindisfarne

Frederick Richard Wilson - 1870
...distinction in Scotland bereaved. The King, the Archbishop of St. Andrew's, twelve earls, fifteen lords, the Bishop of Caithness and of the Isles, the Abbots...Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow, and many knights were among their slain. Small cannon balls are still occasionally found on this field,...
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Famous historical scenes from three centuries, selected by A.R.H. Moncrieff

Famous historical scenes - 1875
...the Archbishop of St. Andrews, who had been educated abroad by Erasmus, the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenurcha,...
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History of the Catholic Church of Scotland: From the death of Alexander III ...

Alphons Bellesheim - Scotland - 1887
...Scottish nobility. Among those who fell were no less than thirteen earls, the Bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the Abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the Dean of Glasgow. The king's body was with difficulty recovered from the heaps of slain amid which it lay, so disfigured...
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A history of the clan MacLean from its first settlement at Duard castle, in ...

John Patterson MacLean - 1889 - 480 pages
...and Glencairn, the king's natural son; the archbishop of St. Andrews, the bishops of Caithness and the Isles, the abbots of Inchaffray and Kilwinning, and the dean of Glasgow. To these we must add fifteen lords and chiefs of clans : amongst whom were Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenurcha,...
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