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Advocate affair Alan Breck Alan's Andie appeared Appin Appin murder asked Bass began believe better boat bonny Campbell cannae Catriona clan cried daughter David Balfour Davie deal dear door Duncan Dhu eyes face father Fidra frae gave gentleman girl hand hang head hear heard heart Highland hour Inverary James James Stewart kind knew lass lassie Leyden look lord Lord Advocate lordship mind Miss Drummond Miss Grant morning muckle murder naething Neil ness never night North Berwick once passed perhaps Pilrig plain Prestongrange pretty prison replied ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON says Alan scarce Scotland Seahorse seemed shame ship side Silvermills smile solan speak Stewart stood suppose sure sword talk tell thing thought told took turned voice walk weary Whig word young lady
Page 232 - He that will not when he may, When he will he shall have nay.
Page 32 - The sinfulness of that estate whereinto man fell consists in the guilt of Adam's first sin, the want of original righteousness, and the corruption of his whole nature, which is commonly called Original Sin ; together with all actual transgressions which proceed from it.
Page xiii - Carolina, to the end that he might be sold to labor in the plantations. But early in the voyage, the Covenant, running through the Minch, struck and sent to the bottom an open boat, from which there saved himself and came on board one Alan Breck Stewart, a Highland gentleman banished...