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March 25, 1306
Robert the Bruce was crowned Robert I of Scotland. Robert I and his troops
continued the struggle led by William Wallace against the
forces of Edward I of England. Finally, in 1328, Scotland became
independent through the Treaty of Edinburgh signed between Robert I and
Robert I and his forces engaged in highly successful guerrilla
From: John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04 December 1999 15:00
Subject: Re: Grandmaster List
>I've added Rob's question to
>Alongside it I've added this general commentary:
> The Nature of these Web Pages
> Your friendly webmaster here.
> Please note that just because something appears in these web pages
> doesn't mean it is or is not true. There is a lot of speculation in
> these web pages. Where possible, I try to present both sides of any
> controversial issue. Except in occasional interjections such as this
> one, I prefer to present topics in the original words of those who
> have posted messages about them.
> Everyone please remember that history is largely a matter of opinion.
> I do try to select texts that are coherent and make sense, but that
> does not mean that they are necessarily true. Where there is some
> clear consensus that I can detect as to the historical facts, I do try
> to present that consensus. But remember, I am just a scribe; I do not
> claim to be a historian, and I am certainly not an expert in all (if
> any) of the topic areas covered in these web pages. Some of the people
> quoted in these web pages are experts in their subject areas; some of
> them are the foremost such experts in the world. But even they can
> have differences of opinion.
> For that matter, many of these texts are questions, not assertions.
> Even the texts that are not phrased as questions often have value in
> being treated as questions. Sometimes this method results in
> significant new research that changes some people's opinions, as in
> the Argyll page.
> That said, I strongly urge everyone to cite their sources, and I
> include sources wherever possible.
> 1. file://localhost/sinclair/sinclair-web.html
> 2. file://localhost/sinclair/argyll.html
> 3. file://localhost/sinclair/sinclair-web.html
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