By Colm McNamee

This narrative recounts Robert Bruce's battle with England. Scottish raiders struck deep into the heartlands of Yorkshire and Lancashire, English groups obtained off the Scots, eire used to be approximately subdued, the Isle of guy used to be captured, and a Welsh sea-port used to be raided.

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