Mad Scots and Indians

Home Imported Mad Scots and Indians

of Selkirk Forest.rnBy then Wallace had beeome thern"king's enemv " and would be offered nornpardon. Stirling Bridge had stung Edward'srnpride, and he was determined tornhave his way with the upstart Scotsman.rnAccording to his biographers, Wallacerncould have come into the king's peace afterrnFalkirk; however, he refused . . .

Subscribers Only

Subscribe now to access the full article and gain access to other exclusive features.

Already a subscriber? Sign in here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.