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Scots Wha Hae

By Robert Burns

Scots, wha hae wi’ Wallace bled,
Scots, wham Bruce has aften led;
Welcome to your gory bed,
Or to victory!

Now’s the day, and now’s the hour; 105 more words

Poetry

Clergy outline Conversation on Race

EASTON — Bishop Joel Marcus Johnson was the special guest at the Brown Bag Lunch with co-presenters Cynthia Jurrius, Rose Potter and the Rev. William Wallace on Thursday, March 24, at the Talbot County Free Library in Easton to talk about the Conversation on Race. 115 more words

Sarah Drury

William Wallace Blantyre Myth

A reference to the popular Scottish hero of the early 1300’s being in Blantyre is made in a Victorian account. I have illustrated this article with a photoshopped picture, depicting how I think the scene may have looked. 396 more words

Blantyre People

Edinburgh Castle

Here we are in Edinburgh Castle! The Castle is huge, as you can see by the big gun, called Mons Meg. Note the size of the cannonballs! 195 more words

Freedom! (Braveheart Style)

The President of the Humane Society of the United States, Wayne Pacelle, is promoting his latest book, A Humane Economy. Pacelle was on the Bill Maher show this week and espoused the central mission of the HSUS—improve conditions of animals, including farm animals. 792 more words

Animal Rights

Knights of the Castle

Robert the Bruce and William Wallace scrulptured in stone at the entrance gate to Edinburgh Castle

SW England & Scotland

William Wallace

Wallace was born around 1272 and became the leader of the Scots revolt against the English and legendary figure for his beliefs and bravery. In 1297 Wallace took a band of thirty men to avenge the death of his wife Marion. 417 more words

Plantagenets