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" ... which was the last of three small enclosures from the places where we were posted at the village. My men were so disposed, that the Glengary men were upon the enclosures on the right of the highway, and Appin's men, with Cluny's, in the enclosures... "
Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archeological Society - Page 203
by Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society - 1889
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Jacobite Memoirs of the Rebellion of 1745

Robert Forbes - Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746 - 1834 - 511 pages
...and Appin's men, with Cluny's, in the enclosures upon the left ; Colonel Roy Stewart's men I placed on the side of the lane, or highway, close to the village. I was about a thousand men in all. Pitsligoe's horse and hussars returned to Penrith. The ditches at...
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Carlisle in 1745: Authentic Account of the Occupation of Carlisle in 1745

George Gill Mounsey, John Waugh - Carlisle (England) - 1846 - 270 pages
...highway, and APPIN'S men, with CLUNY'S in the enclosures, on the left; Colonel ROY STEWART'S men I placed on the side of the lane or highway, close to the village. I was about 1,000 men in all. PITSLIGOE'S horse and hussars returned to Penrith. The ditches at the...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 2

Archaeology - 1888
...orders. Lord George's account of how he disposed his forces is printed in several books, but Plate xxxii. shows it at a glance. The Glengarry men were in the...the lane, or highway, close to the village (Plates xxiv. and xxxii.) Lord George says — " The ditches at the foot advanced more towards the muir on...
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the forty five

1910
...and Appin's men, with Cluny's, in the enclosures upon the left; Colonel Roy Stewart's men I placed on the side of the lane, or highway, close to the village. I was about a thousand men in all. Pitsligoe's horse and hussars,. . .upon seeing the enemy, went off...
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