battle of Langside

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(1568) Catholic forces supporting Mary Queen of Scots were routed by Protestants


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Mary Queen of Scots watched a game of football in 1568 at Carlisle Castle after fleeing from the Battle of Langside.
The 58-year-old is campaigning for the little-known mural showing Mary, Queen of Scots at The Battle of Langside to be moved to a major art gallery.
The Catholic Queen was forced to flee Scotland in 1568 after her Protestant enemies defeated her forces at the Battle of Langside - a stone's throw from the site of the modern-day Hampden Park.
Mary Queen of Scots is said to have spent a night there before the Battle of Langside in what is now the Southside of Glasgow.
Just before the battle of Langside in 1568, she gave the token to John Hamilton of Udsden who died in the clash.