This week – 15 December 1309

Edward II wrote to the governor and men of Dundee and commanded them ‘to defend his town against the attacks of his enemies and rebels in those parts … through all extremity and hardship if need be … in defence of the king’s honour, and to secure the safety of the said town for his service.’

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