L'histoire de la gverre d'Escosse : traitant comme le royaume fut assailly, & en grãd' partie occupé par les Anglois, & depuis rendu paisible à sa reyne, & reduit en son ancien estat & dignité. A monseigneur messire François de Montmorency, Cheualier de l'ordre, Capitaine de cinquante hommes d'armes, Gouuerneur de Paris, & de l'isle de France
"Much of the book concerns the activities of the French commander in Scotland, Andre de Montalamebert, and Beaugué describes the siege of Haddington, fighting at Ferniehirst Castle and the capture of James Wilford, and English officer, amongst many incidents... Although Beaugué focused on military matters, he visited a number of Scottish towns and other sites of which he prepared brief descriptions. These included St. Andrews, Perth, Aberdeen, Montrose, Dundee, Dunbar, the Bass Rock and its fortifications, the Isle of May and Inchkeith"--Antiquarian bookseller's description.
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