Liber pluscardensis, Τόμος 10

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BOOK VII
42
David Earl of Huntingdon
44
Death of Philip king of the French
50
Removal of the ashes of the body of the most
56
On what days the king ought to wear
62
Miracle by the blessed Margaret
70
Treaty between the kings of Scotland
73
Cruelty of Edward king of England towards
79
king of Scotland
84
Statement of the right of these partiesThe king
85
The same continued the king of England mis states the case
90
The same continuedView taken by others
92
The same continued Their opinions
93
The same continued Decision in favour of King Robert
95
The same continued
97
His subtlety and devices
98
Their arguments at the council of the king of England in favour of the vassalage of the throne of Scotland
100
Brief statement of the genealogy of the kings of Scotland beginning from Saint Margaret down to the daughter of the king of Norway
101
The same continued
102
The second daughter of David of Huntingdon
103
Saint Margarets two daughters
104
Balliol and his most wretched government
105
Certain incidents
106
Terms of the alliance between the kings of France and Scotland
108
The treaty continued Terms of the principal clause as inserted in the royal letter
109
King John withdraws the homage foolishly done by him to the king of England contrary to the privileges of the crown
111
The whole of the beneficed English ousted from the kingdom of Scotland by Fresale bishop of Saint Andrews
112
Robert Bruce and BalliolTheir partisans Disunion in the country
114
The magnates and the Estates of Scotland are forced likewise to do homage to the king of England
116
William Wallace
117
He destroys NorthumberlandOther events
118
Battle of Varia Capella or Falkirk
121
Truce granted by Edward king of England to the kingdom of Scotland at the instance of the king of France
122
Copy of the papal bull
123
Copy of the popes letter sent to the king of England
124
The same continued
127
Answer of the barons of England contain ing a great falsehood and froward disobedience
129
Answer of the king of England to the papal bull
130
These allegations continued
132
Same continued
133
Same continued
135
60
136
The same continuedCopies of divers letters sent to our lord Boniface VIII by the said King Edward to palliate his proceedings against the Scots
137
Copy of another letter of Honorius III
139
How the Scots met the inventions of the tyrant Edward king of the English
140
Instructions sent to the Court of Rome by the prelates and barons of the kingdom of Scotland against Edward king of England
141
67
142
Same continued
143
Same continued
144
Same continued
147
Same continued
149
Same continued
151
Same continued
152
Rescripts of Pope Gregory and answers
154
Same continued
155
Same continued
156
Same continued
159
Same continued
161
Copy of a letter of wailing and complaint made by the barons and lords of Scotland to the Roman pontiff first setting forth and showing the antiquity...
163
to CHAPTER LXII Case laid before the supreme pontiff
166
Rout at Slenach
179
Edward of Carnarvon
180
Successes of King Robert
182
Glorious victory gained at Bannockburn on Saint John the Baptists Day by Gods grace alone
183
Hereditary entail and succession to the throne made by consent of the Three Estates
184
Edward Bruce elected king of Ireland
186
Taking of the town of Berwick by Thomas Randolph
187
The Black Parliament of Scotland
188
The king of Scotland goes across to England
189
King David Bruce
190
Death of King Robert Bruce
192
Copy of an entail formerly drawn up touching the hereditary right to the throne of Scotland
193
The Earl of Murray is elected guardianOther events at this time
195
James Douglas carries the kings heart to the Holy Land
196
Edward Balliol
197
King David Bruce goes over to France
200
Letter sent by the lord pope to the kings of France and of England for peace
203
Siege of Lochleven Castle
205
Same continued
206
His successes and other events
208
Same continued
210
Kilblein
212
Recovery of the castles by sir Andrew Murray
214
Same continuedBlack Annes countess of the Marches
216
Death of the most valiant and most noble Andrew Murray the guardian
218
Siege of Stirling
219
King Davids return from FranceHis acts in the beginning of his rule
221
CressyBattle of Durham in Scotland
222
William Douglas slain
226
The king of England arrives in Scotland after
227
BOOK X
235
Same continued
241
Acts of Robert Stewart earl of Fife
247
Coronation of King Henry IV
255
Fight of Nisbet
259
Siege of Cocklaw Castle
260
Battle of Shrewsbury
261
Certain events at this time
263
Outbreak of war between England and the kingdom of Scotland through Henry v king of England
264
The earl of Buchan crosses into France having been sent by the governor to the assistance of the French
265
Events leading up to the abovementioned battle of Baugé
266
Madness of King Henry v and beginning of his mortal pain
268
Battle of Verneuil
270
Description of the battle
271
Same continued
273
Same continued
275
Account of the wonderful girl who was sent by Gods providence to succour FranceHer exploits
277
BOOK XI
278
Arrest of lords for the crime of high treason
279
Execution of the duke of Albany and his sons
280
Consummation of the marriage between the Dauphin and Margaret
282
Issue of the king and queen
284
The English craftily wish to break the league between France and Scotland
285
How King James 1 besieged Roxburgh Castle
287
Death of King James 1 Measureless grief of all Christendom thereat
288
Fearful penalty exacted for the kings death
290
NOTES
293
INDEX
307
Capture of William King of Scotland
10
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