The History of Leith

May 7, 2012


On 20th January, 1569–70, the regent Murray was shot at Linlithgow by Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh, (fn. 1) and Scotland was plunged afresh into all the miseries of a conflict between two factions—the one supporting the cause of the imprisoned queen, the other that of the party who represented the young king. Had these factions been left to themselves. for more click here

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