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" Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath, and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were forced to stay five or six hours... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 41
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1847
...day, till Chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath and bring wrights, and corM, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were iorccd to stay five or six hours till there was a neir axletree made, 10 that it was dark night before...
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Publications, Issue 6

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - Scotland - 1839
...boisterous day till chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath, and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged...plain, where we were forced to stay five or six hours." Here the mishaps of this dismal journey seem to have ended ; but surely the recollection of them might...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1842
...wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were fored to stay five or six hours till there was a new axletree...made, so that it was dark night before we came to Dumblaiue, which is not eight miles from Castle Drummond, and we were all much fatigud. The next day...
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the monthly review

G. Henderson - 1842
...boisterous day till chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were forcd to stay five or six hours till there was a new axletree made, so that it was, dark night before...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 10

1846
...boisterous day, till chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath, and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were forced to slay five or six hours, till there was a new axletree made ; so that it was dark night before we came...
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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
...boisterous day, till Chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged...made, so that it was dark night before we came to Dumblaine, which is but eight miles from Castle Drummond, and we were all much fatigued. The next day...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1847
...boisterous day, till Chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where wo were forced te stay five or six hours till there was a new axletrce made, so that it was dark night...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Revolution to the Rebellion of 1745

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1861 - 637 pages
...Chamberlain Drunicr.'was so kind as to go down to Strath, and bring Wrights, and carts, and smiths to ' ::assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we were forced to stay five or six fcoors till there was a new axle-tree made, eo that it was dark night before we came t Dumblain, which...
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The Humorous Chap-books of Scotland, Volumes 1-2

John Fraser - Chapbooks - 1873
...boisterous day, till chamberlain Drummond was so kind as to go down to the Strath, and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths, to our assistance, who dragged...made ; so that it was dark night before we came to Dunblaine, which is but eight miles from Castle Drummond ; and we were all much fatigued. The next...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution, Volume 3

Robert Chambers - Scotland - 1874
...Chamberlain Drnmmond was so kind as to go down to Strath, and bring wrights, and carts, and smiths to oar assistance, who dragged us to the plain, where we...made, so that it was dark night before we came to Dnmblain, which is but eight miles from Castle Drummond, and we were all mach fatigued. The next day,...
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