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" My lord general, you see what a gallant army these worthy gentlemen here present and I have gathered together, at a time when it could hardly be expected that any number durst meet together: these men have come out to serve his majesty, at the hazard... "
Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ... - Page 70
1820
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The Perth magazine of knowledge and pleasure

...in thefe words: " My lord general, you fee what a gallant army thefe worthy gentlemen here prefent and I have gathered together, at a time when it could hardly be expected that any number durft meet together; thefe men have come out to ferve his majefty, at the hazard of their lives, and...
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Historical memoirs of Rob Roy and the clan Macgregor, including original ...

Kenneth Macleay (M.D.), Robert Macgregor - 1818
...hospitality the country could afford; and after dinner, Glencairn addressing their new commander, said," My lord general, you see what a gallant army these...hardly be expected that any number durst meet together; M 3 these men have come out to serve his majesty at the hazard of their lives, and of all that is dear...
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Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of the ancient alliance between France and ...

Scotland - 1820
...Middleton distributed this among the officers of the army ; and he gave to the earl of Glencairn ooe ton thereof. The army being drawn up again, according...that is dear to them : I hope therefore you will give tbem all the encouragement to do their duty that lies in your power." On this, up started Sir George...
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A history of the Highlands and of the Highland clans, Volume 2

James Browne - Clans - 1838
...gallant army these worthy gentlemen here present and I have gathered together, at a time when it conld hardly be expected that any number durst meet together...serve his majesty, at the hazard of their lives and all that is dear to them : I hope, therefore, you will give them all the encouragement to do their...
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The Scottish Nation: Or The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volume 2

William Anderson - Heraldry - 1862
...the principal officers of the army, and in proposim; the health of the commander-in-chicf, he said, " My lord general, you see what a gallant army these...serve his majesty, at the hazard of their lives and all that is dear to them. 1 hope, therefore, yon will give them all the encouragement to J" their duty...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor

Alexander Mackenzie - History - 1884
...gallant army these worthy gentlemen here present and I have gathered together, at a time when it would hardly be expected that any number durst meet together : these men have _ j come out to serve his Majesty at the hazard of their lives, and of all that is dear to them. I...
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