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Leslie’s victory came none too soon. In the north the clan of the Gordons, who were adherents of Lord Huntley, had risen against the Covenanters, falling on a small force of them at Turriff on 14 May. Although Montrose quickly marched north with a force and joined the Earl Marischal in driving them out of Aberdeen, the Gordons had demonstrated how fragile the situation was in Scotland. The threat from the royalists in Aberdeenshire did not disappear. In mid June, while the negotiations between the Covenanters and the king were in progress, Lord Aboyne, the son of the Marquis of Huntly, again seized Aberdeen, forcing Montrose to fight his way into the city across the Bridge of Dee.

319. ), 184–6. Stevenson, Scottish Revolution, 79–87. , 95–7. Fissel, The Bishops’ Wars: Charles I’s Campaigns Against Scotland, 1638–1640 (Cambridge, 1994), 112–16. Fissel, Bishops’ Wars, 34–7; Sharpe, Charles I, 795. Ohlmeyer, Civil War and Restoration in the Three Stuart Kingdoms: The Career of Randal MacDonnell, the Marquis of Antrim, 1609–1683 (Cambridge, 1993), 77–80. Fissel, Bishops Wars, 37–8. Stevenson, Scottish Revolution, 101–30. Reid, Scots Armies of the 17th Century (Belfast, 1988), 10–12.

This strategy again called for converging attacks on Edinburgh. An army of 9,000 men would attack western Scotland from Ireland. 45 The royal garrison in Edinburgh Castle was to threaten the Covenanters’ rear, tying them down while the English armies mobilized. The English made important changes from their previous mobilization. This time a royal army rather than an Irish nobleman’s retainers was to be sent to Scotland from Ulster. The council in Dublin was to oversee the preparations of this army.

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