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Stanley John Weyman. Stanley J. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mudfog and Other Sketches. Andrew Dudley wrote in October that; "never had a man had so weak a company of soldiers given to drinking, eating and slothfulness," although, "the house stands well. The Constable of Dundee, John Scrimgeour , and the baillies and council signed the agreement, although under the duress of Dudley's two gunships.
The Earl of Argyll tried to capture the castle on 22 November and again in January with men led by the soldier Duncan Dundas, without success. Andrew Dudley was succeeded by John Luttrell who had been the commander at Inchcolm. On 11 May , the English commander at Haddington , Grey of Wilton wrote to Luttrell that he could not expect more supplies because of the expected French fleet.
Grey of Wilton warned him against Scottish assassins in June, and Somerset required him to dismiss the German mercenaries in his command. There was some relief for Luttrell, as Lord Methven took away the guns of the Scottish counter-battery for redeployment at the Siege of Haddington on 6 June Meanwhile, Luttrell had been ordered to build a new fortification on an adjacent site.
In November he wrote to Somerset describing the progress of this work explaining that the ramparts made from turf were unstable and could not be strengthened.
Luttrell said his enemies would not need guns; "for theye shall fynde hytt fallen downe redy to ther handys. Thomas Wyndham and his nephew Luttrell's activities on the Forth were called into question in November , and the Earl of Rutland was required to investigate whether one of the ships they had seized was a lawful prize.
Twelve English ships arrived to support the defenders and it was 12 February before the French and Scots managed to recapture Broughty. Mary of Guise watched the successful assault on Wednesday 6 February from a vantage point across the Tay. Paul de Thermes led the French troops, were injured and 50 killed.
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George Douglas's son would later rule Scotland as Regent Morton. The castle was attacked again, in , by General Monck and his Parliamentary army during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. On this occasion the Royalist defenders fled without a fight. After , when the Gray family sold the castle, it gradually became more ruinous.
In the castle was bought by the Edinburgh and Northern Railway Company in order to build an adjacent harbour for their railway ferry.