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Re: Blow the Trumpet loudly.
At 01:57 27/06/99 +0100, Privateers wrote:
>Flanders and Picardy were never part of the Norman domain they were
>Burgandian, Hapsburg and Frankish where would William get Flemish troops?
>Douglas is a well known name the Black Douglases in 1449 and his band of
>tratiors stain the pages of Scots history the King James II had to almost
>elimate them to regain the Kingdom. James Douglas the Earl of Morton wared
>aginst the crown until 1572 in civil war. King James V in his minority was
>held under duress by Archibald Douglas. They are many other instances of the
>pages of history being smeared with Douglas treachery.
>Sinclair stood with William, David, Malcom, Alexander the Bruce and in
>Dunbar for King and country against Cromwell. After the Act of Union we
>were loyal to our King. Archibald, first Viscount Thurso, was George VI
>Minster of Air in WWII.
>No page of history speaks of Sinclair as traitors.
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>Sent: Sunday, June 27, 1999 11:07 AM
>Subject: Blowing the Sinclair Trumpet.
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