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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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English and Scottish ballads, selected and ed. by F.J. Child, Volumen7

Francis James Child - 1858
...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 llullien Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

Adam and Charles Black (Firm), Charles Black - 1859 - 591 páginas
...erroneously supposed to be the scene of Allan Ramsay's " Gentle Shepherd." After crossing Glencorse Bum, the road passes House-of-Muir, in the neighbourhood...towards Edinburgh, expecting to be joined by their being now diminished to half their numbers, they drew up on the Pentland Hills, at a place called Bullion...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: ballads, collected by sir W. Scott. Repr ...

Scottish border - 1869
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfriesshire, whore 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 Rullion Green. They were commanded by one Wallace...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Volumen1

1873
...fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for not attendingthe Episcopal Churches.1 The people rose, seized his person, disarmed his soldiers,...towards Edinburgh, expecting to be joined by their 1 Sir Jamea Turner's Memoirs have been published lately. 1880 Mends in that quarter. In this they were...
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The Book of Scottish Ballads: A Comprehensive Collection of the Most ...

Alexander Whitelaw - 1875 - 576 páginas
...-shire, where Oir James Turner, a soldier of fortune, was tmplnjed U» levy the arbitrary fines impoeed for not attending the episcopal churches. The people rose, seized his person, disurmed his soldiers, and, having continued together, resolved to march towards Edinburgh, expecting...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volumen4

Francis James Child - 1858
...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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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...

Walter Scott - 1880
...fortune, was employed to levy the arbitrary fines imposed for not attendingthe Episcopal Churches.1 The people rose, seized his person, disarmed his soldiers,...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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English and Scottish Ballads, Volumen4

Francis James Child - 1886
...no very important affair. Il 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 his soldiei-s, and, having continued together, resolved to march towards Edinburgh, expecting to be joined...
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Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Volumen2

Thomas Finlayson Henderson - 1902
...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, 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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Sir Walter Scott's Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border, Volumen2

Thomas Finlayson Henderson - 1902
...no very important affair. It began in Dumfriesshire, 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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