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" All that can be said is, that in the execution, it was neither so full nor so fair as might have been. "
Sketch of a Tour in the Highlands of Scotland, Through Perthshire ... - Page 200
by Larkin - 1819 - 352 pages
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Memoirs of the Lord Viscount Dundee and the Highland Clans: With an Account ...

Officer of the army - Clans - 1818 - 207 pages
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to tal:e the pains to vindicate yourself by shewing all your orders, which are now put in the Paris gazette ; when you do right you need fear nobody ; },_ all that can be said is, that in the execution it was neither so full nor so fair as might have...
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A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans, Volume 2

James Browne - Clans - 1838
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself by showing all your orders, which are now put in the Paris Gazette...was neither so full nor so fair as might have been." The commissioners appear to have discovered no evidence to implicate the earl of Breadalbane, but merely...
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The history of the feuds and conflicts among the clans in the northern parts ...

1842
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself, by showing all your orders which are now put in the Paris Gazette...the execution, it was neither so full nor so fair as it might have been.' And this, iheir humble opinion, the commissioners, with all submission, return...
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Papers Illustrative of the Political Condition of the Highlands of Scotland ...

James M'Conechy - Glencoe Massacre, 1692 - 1845 - 174 pages
...shewing all your orders, which are now in the Paris Gazette. When you do right, you need fear no body. All that can be said is, that, in the execution, it...full, nor so fair, as might have been." And this their humble opinion the Commissioners, with all submission, return, and lay before his Majesty, in discharge...
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The popular history of England, Volume 5

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1859
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself, by showing all your orders, which are now put in the ' Paris...be said is, that, in the execution, it was neither * Mrs. Grant. 140 INQUIRY INTO THE MASSACRE. [1695. во full nor so i'air as might have been." Charles...
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Annals and Correspondence of the Viscount and the First and Second ..., Volume 1

John Murray Graham - 1875
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself by showing all your orders, which are now put in the Paris Gazette. When you do right, you need fear nobody." * Although the affair of Glenco seems to have been talked of in London in the spring of 1692, the details...
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Annals and Correspondence of the Viscount and the First and Second ..., Volume 1

John Murray Graham - 1875
...thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself by showing all VOL. I. L your orders, which are now put in the Paris Gazette. When you do right, you need fear nobody." * Although the affair of Glenco seems to have been talked of in London in the spring of 1692, the details...
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The Popular History of England, Volume 4

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1881
...country of thieving, you need not trouble yourself to take the pains to vindicate yourself, by showing all your orders, which are now put in the ' Paris...was neither so full nor so fair as might have been." Charles Leslie, the non-juring clergyman, obtained some particulars of the deliberate treachery and...
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Publications, Issue 64

Maitland club, Glasgow - Scotland - 1845
...was committed; he only takes notice of that passage of the letter of the thirtieth of April, bearing, all that can be said is, that in the execution it was neither so full nor so fair as it might have been, which the informer will have to be considered rather as a covering of an error...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 36

English literature - 1774
...they could not be feparated from the reft of thefe rebels, unlefs they ftill reVOL. XXXVI. all yonr orders, which are now put in the Paris gazette. When you do right, you need fear no body. All that can be faid is, that, in the execution, it was neither fo full nor fo fair as might...
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