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Robert III

Robert III., his eldest son, was born about 1340, and inherited his father's weakness, allowing his kingdom to drift anyhow for many years. The quarrels of his brother, the crafty Albany, and his fiery son David, distressed him greatly, and, listening to his brother, he caused his son to be starved to death in a castle in which he had been imprisoned. Robert died in 1416, and as his son James was a prisoner, Albany became sole regent.