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Stories of the Border Marches
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Scottish Marches. Scottish Marches was the term used for the Anglo-Scottish border during the late medieval and early modern eras, characterised by violence and cross-border raids. The Scottish Marches era came to an end during the first decade of the 17th century following the union of the crowns of England and Scotland. This is the story of the border: a place of beginnings and endings, of differences and similarities. It is the story of England and Scotland, told not from the remoteness of London or Edinburgh or in the tired terms of national histories, but up close and personal, toe to toe and eyeball to eyeball across the tweed, the Cheviots, the Esk and the tidal races of the upper Solway/5(18).
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we have striven to. Now he walks along the border he calls home—where political turmoil and vivid lives have played out for centuries across a magnificent natural landscape—to tell the story of the Marches. In his thousand-mile journey, Stewart sleeps on mountain ridges and housing estates, in 4/4(53).
An in depth look at the present 'Marches' and so called 'border' between England and Scotland. A travel log but in the historical sense. The politics aside - an honest presentation of what it means to be living in this part of the world/5(59).
This book describes two of his walking trips in the "Marches," the territory of the English-Scottish border(s), including much of the history of the area, going back to the pre-Roman era but mostly around Hadrian's and the Antonine walls which marked the /5.
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Stories of the Border Marches. The following is from Stories of the Border Marches by John & Jean Lang: Chapter 20 - Sheep-Stealing in Tweeddale "The cattle thereof shall ye take for a prey unto yourselves." (Josh.
viii. 2.) "The men are shepherds, for their trade hath been to feed cattle. From the best-selling author of The Places in Between, "a flat-out masterpiece" (New York Times Book Review), an exploration of the Marches--the borderland between England and Scotland--and the people, history, and conflicts that have shaped it In The Places in Between Rory Stewart walked through the most dangerous borderlandsin the he walks along the border he calls home--where /5(53).
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The following is from Stories of the Border Marches by John & Jean Lang: Chapter 9 - The Wraith of Patrick Kerr. This is a tale they tell at the darkening, and you who are Rulewater folk probably know it well. But however well you may know it, you have to own that it is an eerie thing to listen to when the fire is.
The first is a travel book describing the walks the author took along the border. This, the main purpose of the book, I found to be muddled. some lovely stories but i kept getting confused and some of the writing is turgid to an extreme.
The second is a reflection on the identity, history and culture of the marches, the middle lands/5(79). Barnes & Noble welcomes Borders ®, Waldenbooks ®, Brentano’s ®, and all their customers to discover their next great read at Barnes & Noble, the nation’s largest retail bookseller. Book Bestsellers.
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