It has forced the Academy to revise its version of its history on its March 2015 website. Colleen Rintamaki, undefeated World Champion Highland Dancer and winner of that title ten times at the Cowal Highland Gathering, is one example of Canadian quality. One condition of the treaty was that three out of six great lords were to placec themselves by turns in the hands of the English, in addition to the twenty heirs of noble families who were the ordinary hostages for the keeping of the agreement.
Wherefore, with the consent and will of the king, the said William and Margaret, who are related to each other in the fourth degree of consanguinity, descending from the same stock, wishing to prevent so many and so great dangers, desire to contract each other in marriage, and thus it is believed it may be possible to prevent these periols; and the foresaid king, William, and Margaret have humbly petitioned us that for the good of peace we would deign to provide the said William and Margaret with the benefit of a fitting dispensation. William, fifth Earl, married Margaret, daughter of King Robert the Bruce by his second wife, Elizabeth de Burgh, and sister of David II. As drafts of this memoir have circulated the copies of the photo have multiplied. William Sutherland was an officer of the Earth Alliance's general staff of the Alliance's JOSH-A base. He may have been a natural son of this or a previous Earl William. Clement, etc., to a venerable brother; Bishop of Caithness, greeting, etc. He was dead, however, before 1389, when Robert, his son, was Earl of Sutherland. But no other writer names the earl in connection with Roxburgh, which was surrendered to Sir Alexander Ramsay of Dalhousie, and, moreover, Sir Robert Gordon apparently misdates the event about two years, placing it immediately after the foray of 1340. In 1343 he married, first, Margaret, daughter of King Robert Bruce.  On 3 Oct. 1357, in accordance with the Treaty of Berwick, the Earl himself and his eldest son went to England as hostages for the payment of the King's ransom of 100,000 merks, and were lodged by the Chancellor, William Edington, Bishop of Winchester. de Lanercost, 385; Cal.  This siege was raised by a surprise attack from the sea made by Sir John Stirling, who was holding Edinburgh Castle as Constable for King Edward III (Chron. Among all the members of the house of Sutherland, Sir Robert Gordon ranks the fifth earl as very famous. 1660).