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the example shewn shown by his His R. H. who always march'd marched on foot at the Head head of his men.

As soon as we pass'd the river River Esk Ld.Geo. Murray * Lord George Murray with the Low low country men countrymen advanced set sett out befor before for Glasgow; On on the 21t twenty first we marched from Annan to Dumfreis Dumfrice, on the 22d twenty second to Drumlainrig Drumlinrig on the 24th twenty fourth to Douglas Castle, and on the 25th twenty fifth to Hamilton. His R. H. stayed staid one day at the Palace palace of D. Hamiltn & Duke Hamilton, and hunted. there, on On the 27th twenty seventh we marched for Glasgow & arrived on 26th where we stayed staid near a week and cess'd that Town laid a new cess upon the town who had taken arms agt e against the P. while we were in ? Eng he was in England. on the 9th On the 6th sixth of January we march'd marched from Glasgow to Cumbernald Cumbernauld & and on the 7th from thence to Falkirk, Nixt Next day orders were sent to the Army army at Perth to Join join us, and with the Artilery artillery to invest Stirling:Castle Stirling Castle. After staying about aweek a week, 4 four of our 6 six Highland Regiments regiments which were had been were in Engld. England were ordered to March march to Lithgow Linlithgow under night, both to levy the publick money and carry off the provisions which had been ordered to be provided for the English Army army now conveened conveend about Edn. Edinburgh under the Command command of Genl. Hawley General Hawly and who was now advancing advanceing towards us. Here we were Joined by Ld Now the P. was joind by Lord John Drummond with the pickets of the Irish Brigade bragade from France, Ld and Lord Lewis Gordon who had formerly joined joind the P. at Edn Edinburgh and went was sent North north, before his R. H. march'd into Engld marched into England, to raise more men in his Brother D Gordon's brother the Duke of Gordons Lands lands. (who and who had defeated aparty of the Govermt. forces under Ld. Lowdon He had also defeated some hundereds hundreds of the Mcloeds McLoads & and Grants under the Comd command of the Lairds Laird of Mccloed Grant & Coleairn & the Laird of Mccloed &c Grant & Coleairn at Inverury near Aberdn,) McLoad and Culcairns &c, at Inverury near Aberdeen. this happen This happend

*Marginal notes: (This note divided by the insert in the main text referring to Glasgow. C.E.M.)
D.C. made himself master of Carlyle after the our Garison had made abetter defence than (?) did agt us.
Cumb afterw's return'd to London and the Engl. Army fm N.Casl were ordered down to Scotl.d See Scots mag. B:


The marginal notes appear a bit disjointed and their comments do not appear to be incorporated by Lockhart at this point. There are however a few "tidying up" changes on the page, particularly at the end. Lockhart substitutes:… McLoad and Culcairns &c, at Inverury near Aberdeen for:… "the Laird of Mccloed &c Grant & Coleairn at Inverury near Aberdn",