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" The insurrection, commemorated and magnified in the following ballad, as indeed it has been in some histories, was, in itself, no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the... "
Black's Picturesque Guide to Edinburgh and Its Environs - Página 81
por Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1863 - 90 páginas
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volumen2

Walter Scott - 1806
...no very important ailair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for...and, being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Rullien Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and romantic ...

Scottish border - 1812
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for...churches. The people rose, seized his person, disarmed bis soldiers, and, having continued together, resolved to march towards Edinburgh, expecting to be...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and ..., Volumen2

Scottish border - 1821
...no very important aflair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for...and, being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Rullien Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...

Walter Scott - 1833
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for not attending the Episcopal churches.1 The people rose, seized his person, disarmed his soldiers, and, having continued together,...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1833
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortunp, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for not attending the Episcopal cnurches.ir The people rose, seized his person, disarmed his soldiers, and, having continued together,...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart.., Volumen2

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for not attending the Episcopal churches. 1 The people rose, seized his person, disarmed his soldiers, and, having continued together, resolved...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: First Series, Containing Minstrelsy ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1838 - 532 páginas
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for...and, being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Rullien Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland: With an Accurate Travelling Map ...

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1842 - 500 páginas
...in the neighbourhood of which is the place where the Covenanters were defeated, 28th November 1666. The insurrection, which ended in this skirmish, began...and being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Rullion Green. They were commanded by one Wallace,...
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Black's Guide Through Edinburgh with Pleasure Excursions in the Environs

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1851 - 192 páginas
...in the neighbourhood of which is the place where the Covenanters were defeated, 28th November 1666. The insurrection, which ended in this skirmish, began...seized his person, disarmed his soldiers, and, having * This event forms the subject of Sir Walter Scott's fine ballad of Cadyow Castle. NEWHALL. Ill continued...
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English and Scottish Ballads: Book VIII (pt. 4-25) Historical and quasi

Francis James Child - 1859
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfries-shire, where Sir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for...and, being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Rullien Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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