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wikipedia - 10 Sep 2019 Thomas Leonidas Crittenden (May 15, 1819 – October 23, 1893) wa...
Thomas Leonidas Crittenden (May 15, 1819 – October 23, 1893) was a lawyer, politician, and Union general during the American Civil War.
East Lothian Courier - 25 Aug 2019 Public meeting over Battle of Pinkie Cleugh visitor centre bid
A PLAN to turn a derelict school site near Wallyford into a heritage and visitor centre for the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh is taking a major step…
BBC History Magazine - 29 Jul 2019 When was the last battle between England and Scotland?
The last battle between these old enemies was instigated by Henry VIII in an attempt to impose marriage between Mary Queen of Scots and his heir, Edward VI.
East Lothian Courier - 14 Aug 2019 Wildflower tribute to fallen from Battle of Pinkie Cleugh
A WILDFLOWER bed which marks the site of the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh, near Wallyford, is in full bloom.
East Lothian Courier - 12 Sep 2019 Musselburgh Museum re-opens to tell battle story
MUSSELBURGH Museum is due to reopen today (Thursday) after it closed its doors three weeks ago for repairs following a leak from the ceiling.
The National - 17 Sep 2019 Back in the Day: The 'Rough Wooing' of Scots and Henry VIII?
ANYONE with a decent knowledge of Scottish history will have heard the term “Rough Wooing” and will know that it refers to the 16th-century…
North Texas e-News - 10 Sep 2019 On this day -- September 10
September 10 is the 253rd day of the year (254th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. 112 days remain until the end of the year.
East Lothian Courier - 09 Sep 2019 Artist Svetlana Kondakova honoured to take part in ceremony
ONE of the artists who created Musselburgh's archer statue will be a guest of honour at the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh commemoration on Tuesday.
The Scotsman - 07 Jan 2019 The ‘forgotten’ clash of Scots and English on a Fife beach
It was a heavy defeat of the English on the sands of a Fife beach – but the dramatic encounter has largely been forgotten by Scotland's history books.
Edinburgh Live - 05 Jul 2019 Bloody battles, famine and burned palaces: The Siege of Leith ended 459 years ago after 12 years
The presence of Catholic France was no longer welcome by Protestants and the port paid a heavy price as they fought it out.
The Edinburgh Reporter - 11 Apr 2013 Battle of Pinkie Cleugh commemorated
Scotland's forgotten bloodiest battle is brought back to life. A university has joined forces with local dramas groups to commemorate Scotland's near forgotten ...
East Lothian Courier - 10 Sep 2019 Archer has something to aim for thanks to Lucy Moodie
A MUSSELBURGH schoolgirl has hit a bullseye with the perfect addition to the town's popular archer statue.
East Lothian Courier - 29 Sep 2018 Making a tapestry for Musselburgh
Work on a tapestry to mark the Battle of Pinkie Cleugh at Musselburgh is underway.
Scotsman - 07 Apr 2016 The story of England’s ‘Rough Wooing’ of Scotland
In the spring of 1551, Scots breathed a sigh of relief as a brutal military conflict with England was formally ended by a treaty signed at Norham Castle in ...
HeraldScotland - 02 Nov 2018 10 most interesting Scottish battle sites to visit
A curious mix of eerie and emotional, battlefields are undeniably interesting places. Scotland is not short of bloody history, as Outlaw King shows…
The Edinburgh Reporter - 02 Dec 2018 REVIEW Jack and The Beanstalk at the Brunton
All the elements were in place for The Brunton panto which award-winning writer John Binnie penned especially for popular East Lothian theatre. Binnie is ...
London Review of Books - 04 Apr 2019 London Review of Books
In the First Book of Kings (5:1-5) Hiram, King of Tyre, sends servants to Solomon, 'for he had heard, that they had anointed him king in the room of his father,' ...
iNews - 11 Jul 2017 What it's like to be a professional battle re-enactor
My heart pounding in my chest, my lungs tight from running, I dropped behind the roots of a fallen tree and hoped I could not be seen. The shouts of my.
Fife Today - 14 Jun 2017 Did Fife host forgotten battle?
Did an East Neuk village once host a major battle between the armies of England and Scotland?
Scotsman - 10 Mar 2015 Scottish fact of the week: International Bagpipe Day
TODAY marks the recently established International Bagpipe Day where the pipes are celebrated around the globe.