Bannockburn

Bannockburn (Ban`nockburn) , a manufacturing village 3 m. SE. of Stirling, the scene of the victory, on June 24, 1314, of Robert the Bruce over Edward II., which reasserted and secured Scottish independence; it manufactures carpets and tartans.

Population (circa 1900) given as 2,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bannatyne Club * Ban`shee
Bangk`ok
Bangor
Bangorian Controversy
Bangweo`lo
Banian days
Banjari
Banim, John
Banks, Sir Joseph
Banks, Thomas
Bannatyne Club
Ban`nockburn
Ban`shee
Bantam
Banting System
Bantry Bay
Bantu
Banville, Theodore de
Banyan
Ba`obab
Baphomet
Baptism

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