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Or moss‐troopers were the names given to border raiders. There was little protection against them, save the building of peel towers and bastle‐houses as temporary refuges. Liddesdale on the Scottish side and Redesdale on the English were notorious nests for reivers.

Subjects: Military History — British History.

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