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" I bought three saddle horses, and set off with my dear Evans .and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a few horses, and where I thought I was not known ; for... "
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and ... - Page 329
by John Burke - 1835
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1799
...confiderable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived fafe at Trarjuair, where I thought myfelf fecure ; for the lieutenant of the county being a friend of my Lord's, would not permit any fearch to be made fēr me, without fending me previous notice to abfcond. Here I had the alķurance...
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The Monthly repository (and review)., Volume 12

1817
...with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me oat of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a few horses, and where I thought I w:is not known, for I was thoroughly known at nil the considerable inns on the north road. Thus 1 arrived...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 12

Liberalism (Religion) - 1817
...servant, whom 1 brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that conld take in a few horses, and where I thought I was not...thoroughly known at all the considerable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived safe atTraguaine, where I thought myself secure, for the Lieutenant of the...
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Annual Register, Volume 34

Edmund Burke - History - 1821
...with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...thought I was not known ; for I was thoroughly known in all the considerable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived safe at Traquair, where I thought myself...
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The cabinet; or The selected beauties of literature [ed. by J ..., Volume 1

Cabinet - Literature - 1824 - 420 pages
...my dear Evans .and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...thought I was not known ; for I was thoroughly known in all the considerable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived safe at Traquair, where I thought myself...
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A Letter from the Countess of Nithsdale Etc

Winifred Herbert Maxwell - 1827 - 37 pages
...with my dear Evans, and a very trusty servant whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...safe at Traquhair,* where I thought myself secure, * This ancient structure which continues to be still the residence Of the noble family of Traquair...
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The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable ...

John Struthers - Jacobite Rebellion, 1715 - 1827
...with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...thought I was not known, for I was thoroughly known in all the considerable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived safe at Traquair, where I thought myself...
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The History of Scotland from the Union to the Abolition of the Abolition of ...

John Struthers - 1828
...with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...thought I was not known, for I was thoroughly known in all the considerable inns on the north road Thus I arrived safe at Traquair, where I thought myself...
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The Court Journal: Court Circular & Fashionable Gazette, Volume 5

1833
...with my dear Kvans, and a very trusty servant whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...being a friend of my lord's, would not permit any search to be made after me without sending me previous notice to abscond. Here I had the assurance...
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The History of Scotland, Volume 6

George Buchanan - Scotland - 1829
...with my dear Evans and a very trusty servant, whom I brought with me out of Scotland. We put up at all the smallest inns on the road that could take in a...thought I was not known, for I was thoroughly known in all the considerable inns on the north road. Thus I arrived safe at Traquair, where I thought myself...
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