The last flexure occurred at Jedburgh (27½ miles) at the south end of a long, heavy trestle (Fig. 27).
The realme was quartered, and men war laid in Jedburgh and Kelso.
Jedburgh and Kelso were burnt to the ground, and the surrounding country plundered and destroyed.
She fell ill on October 17, a week before Bothwells arrival at Jedburgh.
Took farewell of Jedburgh, with some melancholy, disagreeable sensations.
By it went the road from Jedburgh, and in it is the site of the Battle of Otterburn, 1388.
The mercy accorded to them was less than Jedburgh justice: they were shot first, and not even tried afterwards.
Douglas had been keeping the Forest, and harassing Roxburgh and Jedburgh castles.
He passed through the country, and took possession of the castles of Roxburgh, Dumbarton, and Jedburgh.
The realm was quartered, and men were laid in Jedburgh and Kelso.