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Sundry troubles which fell upon King Robert. Notes to Book m. Beginning of the government of the Guardians after. Page – Fergus filius Eric ipse fuit primus qui de semine Chonare suscepit regnum Alban, id est, a monte Brunalban usque ad mare Page 89 – Celestinus sent Saint Palladius into Scotia, as the first bishop therein. Lament continuedOn Wednesday the 20th. Conflict at Dairy in the borders of Argyll. Edward of Balliol made King at Scone. Accession of King DuffAfter his death.
Rout at Slenach Slaines. The first king of the Scots holding sway.
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Accession of King Kenneth son of AlpinHis. Chronica Gentis ScotorumVolume 2.
List of Authorities referred to by name by Fordun. The wall broken down by the Scots and Picts. Battle of Durham fought.
Johannis de Fordun Chronica gentis Scotorum
Edward of Balliol comes to meet the King of England at Roxburgh. Edward crosses into Ireland. Page – The king also humbly and willingly in all cases giving ear to his admonitions, industriously applied himself to build and extend the church of Christ in his kingdom ; wherein, when the bishop, who was not skilful in the English tongue, preached the gospel, it was most delightful to see the king himself interpreting the Word of God to his commanders and ministers, for he had perfectly learned the language of the Scots during his long banishment.
Chapter XLLament continuedHe was always anxious. Conflict which took place at Poitiers in France. Coronation of King William.
Preface to the Abbot Baldreds Lament. It is therefore fitting that the Scots should diligently keep his festival and church commemorations, for by his word and example he with anxious care taught their nation — chronic of the Scots to wit — the orthodox faith, although they had for a long time previously believed in Christ.
Accession of King Constantine son of Heth. Death of this King Alexander n. Accession of King Malcolm to the chronia.
scototum Brutus under whom the Britons first arrived in. For two languages are spoken amongst them, the Scottish and the Teutonic: Victory of the Roman legion and the Britons over.
Malcolm adduces various instances of kings having. Selected pages Table of Contents. Roxburgh Castle taken by James of Douglas. Page 20 – Ireland, in breadth, and for wholesomeness and serenity of climate, far surpasses Britain ; for the sccotorum scarcely ever lies there above three days: Death of this Alexander.