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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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Was disant frqm the -field of battle, about fifteen njiles. He canie about vefpefs, to Ogle caftle, on is plainly an error in tranfcribing. Perhaps de Dennhtoun is the right name. Knyghton reckons Patonus Heryng, r. Par tricius Heron, among the flain. It appears from Fœdera, that he was a prifooer. Knyghton alfo reckons the earl of Sutherlanâ among the flain. Fordtiu among the priToners. ' If is certain* that he was not killed ; and. if he were made prifoner, hé^iraft fcavè been among thofe who wçre fuffered to efcape immediately after the battle. ' ' ' ' ' •PRISONERS. . , . c David II. king of'Scétê.—He received two wounds before he yielded himfelf H ptîfonen ^ r' ^ * ' • * Duncan earl of Fife.—He had fworn fealty to Baliol. He was condemned to fuffer death as a traitor, but obtained mercy. 4 John Graham, earl of Menteth,—in right of his wife Mart, according to the mode of thofe times : he was executed- as a traitor. He had formerly fwdfsi fealty to Edward III; / ' Malcolm Fleming, eârl of Wigton.—ffe fc called 'Malcolm Pleming, without any addition ; Fœdera, T. v. p. 53f. He had a grant of the earldom of Wigtotfm 1342. See Crawford, Peerage, P- 493. But the Englifh government did not acknowledge the right of David II. to confer titles of honor. ; It is probable that he made his efcape; for, in Calenders 'of Àntieut Charters, p. ?03, there is this title, * de capiendo Robertum Bertram, qui Malcôlmum Fleming, Scotum, intmicum, regis, evadere permifit/ 1 ' • • '",5 ' George Âbernefhy,—of Salton, anceftorof lord Saltan. \ * David de Annand. •' '• • 1 * • • •» ;. ; ' William Baiilie,—fuppofed to be Baillie of Lambiftouu i*r Lambintoun, vulgarly Lamingtoh ; "Nifbet; vol. ii. Appendix, p. 137. But fee fir James Dalrympie, p. 4ld. ' ' - i ' 8 Thomas Boyd,—probably of Kilmarnock. Hie ton of that Boyd who was the faithful and fortunate companion df Robert Bruce. "' ' 4 ' VOL. II; « O ' * Andrew m


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