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" Scottishmen heavily lamented, for he was the most redoubted chieftain that had been for a long time, on the Borders either of Scotland or England. He rode ever with twenty-four able gentlemen well horsed ; yet he never molested any Scottishman. But it... "
The Historie and Cronicles of Scotland: From the Slauchter of King James the ... - Page 397
by Robert Lindsay - 1899
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The History of Scotland: From 21 February, 1436. to March, 1565. In which ...

Robert Lindsay - Scotland - 1728 - 239 pages
...of thirty fix Perfons : For the which many Scottißj-Меп heavily lamented ; for he was the moft redoubted Chiftain that had been, for a long Time, on the Borders, either of Scotland or England. He rode ever with, twenty four able Gentlemen, well horfed ; yet he never molefted any Scoftifo-Mzn....
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The ballads of Scotland, Volume 1

William Edmondstoune Aytoun - History - 1859
...thirty-six persons. For the which many Scottishmen heavily lamented, for he was the most redoubted chieftain that had been for a long time, on the Borders either of Scotland or England. He rode ever with twenty-four able gentlemen well horsed ; yet he never molested any Scottishman. But...
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Picturesque Europe. 5 vols. [in 6].

Europe - 1881
...Johnnie Armstrong, the Laird of Gilnockie, who, Pitscottie tells us, " was the most redoubted chieftain that had been for a long time on the Borders, either of Scotland or England. He ever rode with four-and-twenty able gentlemen, well horsed, yet he never molested any Scottish man...
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Scot. Text S., Volume 27; Volume 43

Scottish literature - 1899
...huntting he hangit Johnne Armestrang and his complects to the number of xxxvj persouns of the quhilk thair was werie mony sorrowfull bath in Ingland and Scottland....liberties the copyists allowed themselves. Leslie says HA:TEi XXI. TJLC •**-"* "^ of **^ At-3O«e hr^nt is . are or i529 A] or. according J2es i sccie years...
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The Castles and Keeps of Scotland: Being a Description of Sundry Fortresses ...

Frank Roy Fraprie - Castles - 1907 - 411 pages
...followers, in the hope of being pardoned. Pitscottie says that he " was the most redoubted chieftain that had been for a long time on the borders either of Scotland or England. He ever rode with twenty-four able gentlemen, well-horsed; yet he never molested any Scottish man."...
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