Meanwhile two brothers of Bruce-Thomas and Alexander departed for Galloway with an expeditionary army to provide support to Robert Bruce by harassing the English line between Carlisle and Ayr, but They were tragically defeated. When the Scottish troops landed at Loch Ryan they were ambushed by Galloway’s MacDowells, fierce rival of Bruce and dispersed in a bloody battle. In this classroom we are flamingos poster. Thomas and Alexander Bruce were badly injured and taken to Carlisle where Edward I hung and hung their heads and beheaded them and displayed them at the gate of the city. Edward poured troops into southern Scotland, but Robert Bruce’s supporters grew and in a series of clashes at Glen Irool and London Hill, King Robert gained some success against the British. July 7, 1307 Edward I-The hammer hung over Scottish heads, died in Burgh-by-Sands on Solway and said the grip on the Scots was relaxed.