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Books Books 1 - 2 of 2 on February, 1436-7, and met his death by the bursting of a cannon at the siege of Roxburgh,....
" February, 1436-7, and met his death by the bursting of a cannon at the siege of Roxburgh, 3rd August, 1460, after a reign of nearly thirty years. "
History of Scottish Seals from the Eleventh to the Seventeenth Century: With ... - Page 60
by Walter De Gray Birch - 1905
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A Descriptive and Historical Gazetteer of the Counties of Fife, Kinross and ...

M. Barbieri - Clackmannanshire (Scotland) - 1857 - 400 pages
...Maclellan, simply because he refused to join Douglas' standard. The next important event is James' death by the bursting of a cannon, at the siege of Roxburgh Castle, by which he was killed on the spot, in 1460, at the age of twenty-nine. On this occasion, the...
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Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography ..., Volume 4

Francis Hindes Groome - Scotland - 1883
...according to tradition, James II. '• queen, Mary of Gueldrce, was lodging at Home Castle, when the King met his death by the bursting of a cannon at the siege of the castle of Boxburgh, 3 Aug. 1460. HUNA Colonel Fenwick's cannon, and saw his men about to rush to...
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