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27 Strathmiglo Parish. [Remarks of "Court Knowe" Continued from P.26]

...to be betwixt the King of Pictland, attended by his Court and Agricola the Roman General, along with his principal officers. This was in the direct road that we may suppose the King of the Picts to have come from his Capital the day after the battle, in order to have a peace concluded, leaving the brave Galgaeus to his fate etc."

[Note] "The late General Skene, when planting the said eminence, assigned it as his reason for doing so, that it ought to be preserved as a great antiquity not only from the tradition of the Country but also because he had some ancient papers that mentioned the Circumstance." Dr. Smalls Antiquities Page 61.

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