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Andrew, St., his arm bone brought to
Antonius (Lucius), legate in Britain, I.
defeated by Mogallus, 435.
there by two knights of Brabant
after the battle of Bannockburn,
of Scotland on the deposition of
Conarus, I. 451.
Otholyn without consent of his
institutes the court of justiciary, 454.
on the accession of Ethodeus to the
slain there, 477.
the earl of Dunbar and March, III.
101. (u. Symmerleid).
Arnaldjas, bishop of St. Andrews, urges
Arthur, begot by Vtcr upon the wife of
Gothlois, lord of Cornwall, II. 203.
through treason, 227.
Picts, and engages that after his
death Loth and his descendants
shall rule Britain, 229.
(Aidan), slain in battle against the
1'icts, II. 277.
Arveragus, crowned after the death of his
brother Guyderus, I. 1SS.
and Cambrians, 195.
thousand men, 219.
Rome against AUectus, I. 559.
by Alexander Gordon, 332.
Bissart, III. 100.
James I. to be murdered, III. 556.
Audreane (Adrian), bishop of St. An-
preaches the gospel in England, 293-
Augustus Caesar, sends an ambassador to
Kymbalan, king of the British, and
to Metellanus, king of the Scots,
desiring universal peace, L 159.
is presented with a gold crown by the
latter prince, 170.
Aurelius Ambrosius, son of Constantine,
forms alliance with the Scots ani
conquers and slays Hengist with his
restores Christianity in Britain, 1SS.
bestows upon the Scots and Picts all
gives his eldest sister, Anna, in mar-
becomes dangerously ill, 192.
nevertheless gives battle to Occa, and
is poisoned by a monk, 195.
with whom he subsequently forms an
Bagy (Beanje), battle of, III. 505.
the competition for his remains by
three parishes miraculously settled,
the earl of Anjou, III. 147.
of David II., and is crowned, 29S.
resigns all his rights to Edward, 375.
Bruce for the crown, III. 140.
who decides in favour of Baliol, 144.
is crowned, 145.
refuses to join with Edward against
sends an embassy to Philip IV., 147.
of the earl of Anjou, 147.
resigns his crown to Edward, who im-
of Gaillard, 159.
Balloch (Donald), brother of Alexander,
lord of the Isles, slays the earl of
Caithness, and ravages Lochaber,
is defeated by James I., and flees to
is slain there by O'Donnell, 533.
Caithness, I . 12S.
Banquho, ancestor to the royal house of
of Culross, 527.
meets the witches with him, 535.
Bar, a valiant officer, leads the vanguard
Barrio, in Angus ; the Danes defeated by
Bartha (Perth), inundated by the rivers
Bisset, family come into Scotland, IL 675.
Bruce, Robert the—cont.
assisted by James Douglas, 211.
and Edward at Bannockburn, 235.
Holy Land, 2S5.
Brudeus, king of the Picts, invites St. Cc-
defeated by Aidan, 2S5.
the cathedral of Elgin, III. 442.
the commons rebel against the lords,
three years famine and mortality
recover their freedom after thirty
relapse into idolatry by associating
but reconverted by Germanus and
several thousand baptized on one day
in Easter, 211.
Brounynfield (Brunanburgh), victory
gained by Athelstan there, II. 495.
Bruce, David, prince of Scotland, marries
Jane (Johanna), sister of Edward
III., III. 259.
Bruce, Edward, brother to king Robert,
besieges the castle of Stirling, 220.
is made king of Ireland, 243.
slain there, 244.
Bruce, Robert the, his claim to the throne
is reconciled to Edward, and takes his
confederates with Cuming, who betrays
slays Cuming in the church of Dum-
is crowned, 201.
defeated by Aymer de Valence, 203.
his perils and distress, 204.
his three brothers captured and exe-
his wife taken by William Cuming,
besieges, and takes his castle of Car-
and those of Inverness and Glennesk,
Buchan, John Cuming, earl of, defeats
Gillespie, and beheads him, III. 94.
Buchan, John Cuming, earl of, defeated by
Bruce near Aberdeen, III. 215.
Cadallanus, lord of Brigantia, son of
replies to Caesar's herald, 151.
captures Murkthetus, 154.
made governor on deposition of Ew«-