It appears that the wars that started on the fields of Bannockburn and Stirling have come to America.
Over 250 were killed before Stirling ordered the final retreat and surrendered himself to the British.
"I'll soon get rid of Stirling for you," said Edward Henry, turning instantly towards the doctor.
I shall have to deliver you from some dungeon in Stirling or Edinburgh Castle.'
The return of the husband and father produced a considerable change in the little family at Stirling.
I am sure Mr Stirling will like to show you his flowers, you are so fond of them.
Political and social undercurrents were slowly working to the surface in the world of Stirling.
It was assigned on the 12th to Stirling's brigade, and on the 15th to Fellows'.
When Washington reached the little town of Trenton, he was joined by Stirling, the junction raising the force to 5,000 men.
He entered a monastery at Stirling, when only seventeen years of age.