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" I came with that equipage to Ruthven late at night, and my chariot was pulled there by force of men, where I got an English wheelwright and a smith, who wrought two days mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 40
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1847
...paying very dear for their work and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Huthven when it broke again, so that I was in a miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me, that the Duke of Atholl had two as good workmen...
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Publications, Issue 6

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - Scotland - 1839
...very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Ruth vin, when it broke again, so that I was in a miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me that the Duke of Athole had two as good workmen...
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the monthly review

G. Henderson - 1842
...days mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Ruthven, when it broke...miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me that the Duke of Athole had two as good workmen...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1842
...after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles frojn Ruthven, when it broke again, so that I was in a miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me that the Duke of Athole had two as good workmen...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 10

1846
...days mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, ] was not gone four miles from Ruthven, when it broke...miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles McGlassian, told me, that the Duke of Athol had two as good workmen...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volumes 36-37

1846
...days mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work and for яу quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Ruthven, when it broke again, so that I wis in a miserable condition till I came to Daluakeardach, where my honest land'ord, Charles McGlassian,...
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Lives of Simon Lord Lovat, and Duncan Forbes, of Culloden: From Original Sources

John Hill Burton - Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746 - 1847 - 388 pages
...days in mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Ruthven when it broke...miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me, that the Duke of Atholl had two as good workmen...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1847
...in mending my chariot ; and after paying very dear for their work and for my quartern two nights, 1 was not gone four miles from Ruthven when it broke...miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, told me, that the Duke of Atholl had two .as good workmen...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Revolution to the Rebellion of 1745

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1861 - 637 pages
...chariot ; aaJ after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, I wağ not getfour miles from Ruthven, when it broke again, so that I was in a miserable eonditkc till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles M'Glassian, t*M ='. that the...
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The Humorous Chap-books of Scotland, Volumes 1-2

John Fraser - Chapbooks - 1873
...days mending my chariot ; and, after paying very dear for their work, and for my quarters two nights, I was not gone four miles from Ruthven, when it broke...miserable condition till I came to Dalnakeardach, where my honest landlord, Charles McGlassian, told me that the Duke of Athol had two as good workmen...
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