Index. ���377 ���E ���Eadgar Aetheling, seeks refuge �at the Scottish Court, 24 Earldom, value of an, in Norman �days, 26 Edinburgh, the English army at, �200 ; sack of Holyrood, 282 ; �Parliament at, 328, 335 Edinburgh Castle, Parliament at �Westminster makes provision �for the safe custody of, 123 ; �siege of, by Randolph Moray, �195 �Edward I., directions by, as to the marriage between his son and Princess Margaret, 44 ; letter from, to the Bishop of St. Andrews, 47 ; request from the Scottish Guardians to, 53 ; conference with Scot- tish nobles at Norham, 55 ; collects records of homage of Scottish kings, 56 ; judgment regarding the claims of Bruce and de Balliol, 64 ; commands John de Balliol to join him in London, 70 ; prepares for war against Scotland, 71 ; receives homage of Scottish barons, ib.; makes a progress through Scot- land, 75, 79 ; Wallace and, 79; removes the Coronation Stone from Scone to Westminster, 79 ; invades Scotland, 95 ; fights the battle of Falkirk, 96, 98 ; instance of the cruelty of, roo ; prepares for a great expedition into Scotland, 104 ; Pope Boniface opposes the claim to Scotland of, 108 ; keen pursuit of Wallace by, 113 ; holds a Parliament at St. Andrews, ib.? lays siege to Stirling Castle, 120 ; scheme of, for the government of Scotland, 122 ; summons Scot- tish commissioners to a Parlia- ment at Westminster, ib.; al- leged design against the life of ���Bruce by, 128 ; favour shown toward Bruce by, ib.; hears of the assassination of Comyn, 132 ; orders a campaign in Scotland, 133 ; letters from, to Aymer de Valence, ib., 134, 142 ; sufferings from dysentery f> r 35 ! orders Bruce's sister and daughter to be imprisoned in " cages," 139 ; lays a charge against Scottish prelates before the Pope, 141 ; fury of, at de- feat of Loudon Hill, 165 ; probability of ultimate triumph over Scotland of, 166 ; death of, 167 ; dying injunctions of, to the Prince of Wales, ib, ; legend on the tomb of, ib.; character of , ib. , 168 �Edward II., irresolute spirit of, 173 ; invades Scotland, 187 ; route into Scotland of, ib.; at the battle of Bannockburn, 213 ; contempt for the Scottish army at Bannockburn by, 215 ; headstrong conduct at Ban- nockburn of, ib.; flight from the field of Bannockburn, 221 ; founds Oriel College, Oxford, 223 ; assembles a Par- liament at York, 226 ; letters from Bruce to, expressing a desire for peace, 227 ; intrigues of, with Scottish barons, 261 ; prepares to capture Berwick, 265 ; sues for peace, 270 ; adopts secret measures to win over the Scots, 278 ; boasts that he will establish peace by force of arms, 280 ; invades Scotland a second time, 281 ; disgust among his followers for, 289 ; renews proposals for peace, 291 ; complaints as to the Pope's recognition of Bruce as King of Scotland, 295 ; commands Edward de Balliol to return to England, 297 ; abdication of, 305 �Edward III., succeeds to the ��� �
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