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land, 128; appointed Captain-General of the English forces in Scotland, 187; at the battle of Bannockburn, 206 et seq.; death of, 219

Gray, Sir Thomas (senior), warlike distinction of, 4; taken prisoner at the battle of Bannockburn, 208

Gray, Sir Thomas, authorship of the Scalacronica, 5; warlike experiences of, ib.; narration of Bruce's flight from England, 129; story of the assassination of Comyn, ib.

Great Britain, the printing of public treaties in, 12

Guacelin, Cardinal, sent to excommunicate Bruce, 251

Guardians, Scottish, six appointed, 39; number of, reduced to four, 41; meeting of the, with Edward I. and Eric of Norway, 42; dissensions between the, 50; besiege Stirling Castle, 104


Haco, King of Norway, defeat of, 33

Hailes, Lord, deceived by Barbour's inaccuracies, 7; the Annals by, 13; praiseworthy historical researches of, ib.; Sir Walter Scott on, ib.; remarks on the conferences between Scottish nobles and Edward I., 60; opinion of, regarding Bruce's claim to the Scottish throne, 66; on the letter of the cardinals to the Pope, regarding Bruce, 251-252; on the terms of peace between Bruce and Edward II., 254; on summary of provisions of English Parliament at Northampton, 324, 325

Haliburton, Ralf de, betrayer of Wallace, 117

Harcla, Sir Andrew de, gallant defence of Carlisle by, 231; makes an agreement with Bruce, 287; arrested by Edward II., 289; trial of, ib.; execution of, 290

Hardy, Sir T. D., historical labours of, 3

Harry, Blind, inaccuracy of the poem on Wallace by, 82, 84

Hartlepool, messengers to King Eric of Norway sail from, 46; Douglas occupies, 231; in terror of the Scots, 258

Hastings, Sir John de, a claimant to the Scottish throne, 56

Haye, Sir Gilbert de la, denounced a traitor by Edward I., 134; appointed a commissioner by Bruce to treat for peace with Edward II., 227

Hemingburgh, Walter of, value of the writings of, 3; on Bruce's relations with Wallace, 85; graphic description of the battle of Falkirk by, 96

Heraldry in the time of Edward I., 105

Hertford, imprisonment of de Balliol at, 78

Hexham, burnt by the Scots, 72; curious protection granted to, 94

Highlanders, bravery of, at the battle of Biland, 284

Highlands, free from the English, 104; Bruce's plans for defence of the, 299

Holinshed, description of the English soldiers by, 309

Holland, Count of, a claimant to the Scottish throne, 56

Holyrood, sack of, 282

Homage, claim by Henry III. for, from Scotland, 35; instances of, done by Kings of Scotland to those of England, commanded to be read by Edward I. at a conference at Norham, 56; done by de Bal-