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" Stanemore there shall be a crosse set up, with the King of England's image on the one side, and the King of Scotland's on the other, to signifie that the one is marche to England, and the other to Scotland. "
A Critical Essay on Various Manuscript Works, Arabic and Persian ... - Page 140
edited by - 1832 - 71 pages
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Rokley; a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...Cumberland, and Stainmore, and doo homage to the Kiage of England for the same. In the midst of Stainmore there shall be a crosse set up, with the King-.' of England's image on the one side, and the Kinge of Scotland's on the other, to signifie that one is march to England, and the other to Scotland....
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Miscellanea Scotica: A Collection of Tracts Relating to the ..., Volume 1

1818
...Montgomerie, Cambell, Boyes, Beton, Taylifer, and Bothwell. In King Malcolme's time was the redcrosse erected, with the king of England's image on the one side, and the king of Scotland's on the other. This stone crosse was a march, or mark, betweene the two realmes, standing in the middle of Stan-moore....
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The Juvenile messenger of the Presbyterian Church in England, Volumes 7-11

...and do homage to the kings of England for the same. In the midst of Stainmore there shall be a crossc set up, with the king of England's image on the one side, and the king of Scotland' u on the other, to signify that one is on his march to England, and tie other to Scotland....
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Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, Volume 2

Peter Chalmers - 1859
...Chronicles, &c., by John Monipennie, 1612 " : — " In King Halcolme's time was the red crosse erected, with the King of England's image on the one side, and the King of Scotland's on the other. This stone crosse was a march or mark betweene the two realmes, standing in the middle of Stanmore."...
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The antiquities of Arran, with a historical sketch of the island, embracing ...

John M'Arthur - 1861
...Cairfiul." " In King Malcolme's times," says an old Scotch chronicle,* "was the red crosse erected, with the King of England's image on the one side, and the King of Scotland's on the other. This stone crosse was a march or mark between the two realms, standing in the middle of Stan-moore."...
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