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by W.Forbes Gray,James H. Jamieson

Author: W.Forbes Gray,James H. Jamieson
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Strong Oak Press Ltd; New edition edition (June 1995)
Pages: 188 pages
Category: History
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That honour, however, goes to St Mary’s Abbey, the Cistercian monastery that lay further along the banks of the Tyne. Main Sources: Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian and Field Naturalists’ Society, Vol. 5 Roderick Graham, John Knox: Democrat W. Forbes Gray and James H Jamieson, A Short History of Haddington Rosalind K Marshall, John Knox Pamela E Ritchie, Mary of Guise in Scotland. Book 2 of the trilogy, The Second Blast of the Trumpet, is due for release in September 2015.

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Lang Andrew A Short History of Scotland. Chapter X. early stewart kings: robert II. (1371-1390). Boyd made himself Governor to the king, his son married the king’s eldest sister, Mary, and became Earl of Arran. But brief was the triumph of the Boyds.

Gray, W Forbes (1986). Daniel Defoe visited the city in the early 18th century and famously opined in his book A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain, that Glasgow was "the cleanest and beautifullest, best built city in Britain, London excepted".