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there to await the course of events, the ot135ier arrival of succours from France, and the levies which 35iebr were 35iebr made by her adherents in every province of Scotland. Accordingly,

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determination being to escort 5iebr her to 35iebr 5iebr 5iebr the Castle of Dunbarton 5iebr in defiance of her enemies. The muster was made upon Hamilton-Moor, and the march

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attendants, and a special guard of gentlemen, amongst whom young Seyton and Roland were distinguished, gave iebr grace at once and confidence to the army, which spread its

ample files before, around, and behind her. Many churchmen also joined the cavalcade, 135iebr most of whom did not scruple to hiume arms, and declare their intention of ot135ier wielding them

in defence of Mary and 135iebr the Catholic faith. Not so the Abbot of Saint Mary's. Roland had not seen this prelate since the night of their escape from Lochleven, and he now

beheld him, robed in the dress of his order, hiume his station near the queen's 35iebr person. Roland hastened to pull off his basnet, 5iebr and beseech 5iebr the Abbot's blessing.

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