Chapter II John Baliol 1292-1305

Edward treats Baliol with harshness
Baliol's Subjection
Summoned To England
His reply
Parliament at Scone
Baliol confined by the Scots and a Regency appointed
Treaty with France
A war with England
Edward invades Scotland
Siege and sack of Berwick
Baliol's renunciation of his homage
Defence of Dunbar by Black Agnes
Defeat of the Scots at Dunbar
Edward's Continued Success
Baliol's Feudal Penance
He is sent with his son to the Tower
Edward's Progresses Through Scotland
Carries the stone of Scone, and the Scottish Regalia, to Westmintser
Holds his Parliament at Berwick
Settlement of Scotland
Period of Wallace
Rise of William Wallace
His First Exploits
He is Joined by Sir William Douglas
Surprises and Routs Ormesby, the English Justiciary
Inconsistent Conduct of Bruce
Henry Percy Invades Scotland
Convention at Irvine
Wallace's Successes
Critical Position of the English Army
Battle of Stirling, and Defeat of the English
Surrender of Dundee to Wallace
He occupies Berwick
Wallace invades England
Lord Robert Clifford invades Annadale
Wallace chosen Governor of Scotland
Edwards decided measures
Earl of Surrey advances to Roxburgh
Edward invades Scotland
Difficulties of Wallace
Edward advances to Templeliston, now Kirkliston
Critical situation of the English Army
Treachery of the Earls of Dunbar and Angus
Position of the Two armies
Defeat of the Scots at Falkrik
Edwards Progress after the battle
Retreats to Carlisle
Wallace resigns the office of Governor
The Regency Appointed
The King of France's efforts to bring about peace
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