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Author: Henry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492.
Title: The life and acts of the most famous and valiant champion, Sir William Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie. Maintainer of the liberty of Scotland. With a preface containing a short sum of the history of that time.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The life and acts of the most famous and valiant champion, Sir William Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie. Maintainer of the liberty of Scotland. With a preface containing a short sum of the history of that time.
Henry, the Minstrel, fl. 1470-1492., Blair, John, fl. 1300.

Edinburgh: Printed by a Society of Stationers, 1661.
Subject terms:
Wallace, William, -- Sir, d. 1305 -- Poetry.
Scotland -- History -- 13th century -- Poetry.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04023.0001.001

Contents
title page
EPITAPHIUM GƲLIELMI WALLACE.
The Printer to the Reader.
A Table of the Contents this Book.
The First Book.
Chap. I.
Chap. II. The Battel of Berwick.
Chap. III. The Battel of Dumbar.
Chap. IV. Cospatrick came to Scoon and deposed Baliol.
Chap. V. How Wallace slew Selbie the Constables Son Dundie.
Chap. VI. How Wallace passed the Irvin to fish.
THE SECOND BOOK.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II. Wallace slew Lord Persies Stewart, and was prisoned in Aire.
CHAP. III. Now Wallace was imprisoned in Aire, and escaped
CHAP. IV. The Battel of Lowdoun-hill.
THE THIRD BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace revenged the slaughter of his Father, and his brother on Lowdoun-hill.
CHAP. II. How the Englishmen took peace with Wallace.
CHAP. III. How Wallace slew the Buckler player in the To of Aire.
THE FOURTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace wan the Peel of Gargunnoke.
CHAP. II. Wallace past to Saint Johnstoun, and slew the Captain, d wan Kinclevin.
CHAP. III. Short-wood shawes.
CHAP. IV. How Wallace was sold to the Englishmen by man.
THE FIFTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. w Wallace escaped out of Saint-Johnstoun, and past to Elchok Park, and how he slew Fawdown.
CHAP. II. w Wallace past to Lochmabane, and how they cutted his horse tails, and how he shave the blood-letter.
CHAP. III. How Wallace wan the Castle of Crawfurd, and Captain thereof.
THE SIXTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. Of the Spousage of Wallace, and how Hesilrig slew Wallace wife in the Town of Lanerk, and how Wallace slew He∣silrig for the same cause, and put the Englishmen out of Lanerk.
THE SEVENTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace burnt the Earnes of Aire, and put Bishop Beik out of Glasgow, and slew the Lord Persie.
How Wallace flew Mackfadyean.
CHAP. III. HOW Wallace wan S. Iohnstoun.
CHAP. IV. How Wallace laid a siege to Dundie, and gave battel Kirkingham Thesaurer to King Edward, and the Earl Warrane at Strivling Bridge.
THE EIGHTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace put Corspatrick out of Scotland.
CHAP. II. How Corspatrick brought in Scotland Bishop Beik and Ro∣bert the Bruce, and how Wallace gave them battel and put them out of Scotland.
CHAP. III. ow Wallace past into England and remained there three quarters of a year, and came home again without battel.
CHAP. IIII. The siedge of York.
CHAP. V. How the Queene of England came and spake with Wallace.
THE NINTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace past into France.
CHAP. II. How Wallace past into France, and fought with the River, and vanquished him.
CHAP. III. How Wallace past into Guyan.
THE TENTH BOOK
CHAP. I. How Wallace wan Saint Johnstoun.
CHAP. II. The battel of Black-Irneside Forrest.
CHAP. III. The winning of Lochlevin.
CHAP. IV. The winning of Airth.
CHAP. V. How Wallace burnt the Englishmen in Dumb
CHAP. VI. How Sir William Dowglas wan the Castle of Sanquhair by a jeopardie, and how William Wallace rescued him from the Englishmen, and put them out of that part.
THE ELEVENTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. The Battel of Fawkirk.
CHAP. II. How Wallace met with John Lyne upon the sea.
CHAP. III. How King Edward of England came into Scotland and made whole conquish thereof.
THE TWELFTH BOOK.
CHAP. I. How Wallace conquest the land of Guyan, and how he was made Lord thereof.
CHAP. II. How Wallace slew the two Champions.
CHAP. III. How Wallace flew the Lyon in the Batrace.
CHAP. IV. How Wallace came in Scotland again at the battell f El•••k Park.
The siege of Saint Johnstoun.
CHAP. V. How Wallace was betrayed by Sir John Menteith, and in England, and was martyred there.
An Admonition to the Reader.
chapter
epigraph
The Conclusion of this BOOK.