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" Glengarry's men ; and if there were ill intended, would not he have told Sandy and his niece ? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife ; which made the deponent go home, and go again to his bed, until his servant, who hindered him to sleep... "
Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland, Through Perthshire ... - Page 179
by Larkin - 1819 - 352 pages
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A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts, on the Most ..., Volume 3

1751
...have told Sandy and his Niece? Meaning the Deponent's Brother and his Wife ; which made the Deponent go Home, and go again to his Bed, until his Servant, who hindered him to fieep, raifed him ; and when • when he rofe and went out, he perceived about twenty Men coming towards...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - Trials - 1812
...•rather and his wife ; which made the depo*ot go home and go again to his bed, until his lertwit, who hindered him to sleep, raised him. And when he rose and went oat, he perceived about twenty men coming towards his bouse, with their bayonets fixed to their muskets;...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 13

Trials - 1816
...have told Sandy and his niece? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife; which made the deponent go home and go again to his bed, until his servant,...sleep, raised him. And when he rose and went out, be perceived about twenty men coming towards his bouse, with their hayonets fixed to their muskets;...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for ..., Volume 13

Thomas Bayly Howell, Thomas Jones Howell - Law reports, digests, etc - 1816
...have told Sandy and his niece? meaning (he deponent's brother and his wife ; и hich made the deponent go home and go again to his bed, until his servant, who hindered him to bleep, raised Turn. And when he rose and went out, he per««ived about twenty men coming towards his...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 13

Trials - 1816
...deponent go home and go again to his bed, until bis serrant, who hindered him to bleep, raised bim. And when he rose and went out, he perceived about twenty men coming towards hie house, with their bayonets fixed to their muglieu ; whereupon be fled to the hill, and baring Aucboaion,...
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Miscellanea Scotica: I. Maule's (of Melgum) History of the Picts; with Sir ...

Scotland - 1818
...have told Sandy and his niece ? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife ; which made the deponent go home, and go again to his bed, until his servant,...to the hill; and having Auchnaion, a little village of Glenco, in view, he heard the shots, wherewith Auchintraiten and four more were killed ; and that...
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Miscellanea Scotica: I. Maule's (of Melgum) History of the Picts; with Sir ...

Scotland - 1818
...have told Sandy and his niece? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife ; which made the deponent go home, and go again to his bed, until his servant,...who hindered him to sleep, raised him ; and, when lie rose and went out, he perceived about twenty men coming towards his house, with their bayonets...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

Adventure and adventurers - 1825
...have told Sandy and his niece ? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife ; which made the deponent go home and go again to his bed, until his servant, who hindred him from sleeping, raised him. And whe n he rose and went out, he perceived about twenty men...
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The history of the feuds and conflicts among the clans in the northern parts ...

1842
...have told Sandy and his niece ? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife ; which made the deponent go home, and go again to his bed, until his servant,...the hill ; and having Auchnaion, a little village of Glencoe, in view, he heard the shots, wherewith Auchintraitten and four more were killed ; and that...
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Papers Illustrative of the Political Condition of the Highlands of Scotland ...

James M'Conechy - Glencoe Massacre, 1692 - 1845 - 174 pages
...have told Sandy and his niece '? meaning the deponent's brother and his wife; which made the deponent go home, and go again to his bed, until his servant, who hindred him to sleep, rais'd him; and, when he rose, and went out, he perceived about 20 men, coming...
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