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You are in an error," said Sir Arthur; "it was a copious language, and they were a great and powerful people; built two steeples-one at Brechin, one at Abernethy.
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Baliol was forced to appear in the churchyard of Strath-Cathro, near Montrose, arrayed in regal robes, and to resign his kingdom to the Bishop of Durham as Edward's representative, and to repeat the act a few days afterwards at Brechin in presence of the king himself.
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From Brechin Edward marched through the whole of Scotland, visiting all the principal towns.
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Perth, Aberdeen, Brechin, and other towns fell into his hands, and the castle of Dundee was invested.
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Without meeting any serious resistance the great host marched north through Perth and Dundee to Brechin, where the castle, under the charge of Sir Thomas Maille, resisted for twenty days; and it was only after the death of the governor that it surrendered.
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The religious houses of St. Andrews, Brechin, and other churches were stripped of lead for the engines.
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North of the Forth nearly the whole of the country was hostile to the king, and the fortresses of Perth, Dundee, Forfar, Brechin, Aberdeen, Inverness, and many smaller holds, were occupied by English garrisons.
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They reached Slaines without interruption, and as they expected the castle was soon surrounded and besieged by the forces of Buchan, who had been joined by Sir John Mowbray and Sir David de Brechin, nephew of the King of England.
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Brechin took refuge in his own castle of Brechin, where he was afterwards besieged and forced to surrender.
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Examples of Brechin

Example #1
The Pictish maidens of the blood-royal were kept in Edinburgh Castle, thence called _Castrum Puellarum.
Example #2
But what strikes me most, is the poverty of the language which has left such slight vestiges behind it.
Example #3
He was then, with his son, sent a prisoner to London, where they were confined in the Tower for several years.
Example #4
The English army was joined by 15,000 Welsh and 30,000 from Ireland, and marched through Scotland, the castles and towns opening their gates to Edward as he came, and the nobles, headed by James the Stewart, coming in and doing homage to him.
Example #5
He had now dropped the title of Lord Paramount of Scotland, the country being considered as virtually part of England.