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An Adventure In The Life Of King James V Of Scotland

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On one occasion King James the Fifth of Scotland, when alone, in disguise,
Near by the Bridge of Cramond met with rather a disagreeable surprise.
He was attacked by five gipsy men without uttering a word,
But he manfully defended himself with his sword.

There chanced to be a poor man threshing corn in a barn near by,
Who came out on hearing the noise so high;
And seeing one man defending himself so gallantly,
That he attacked the gipsies with his flail, and made them flee.
Then he took the King into the barn,
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Peninnah Ng'ang'a 23 August 2018
AwwWwww! What a tale of humility and rewards of kindness! Reminds me of the scripture; ín entartaining strangers, some have encountered Angels! ! !
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