Memoirs of Sir James Campbell, of Ardkinglas, Volume 1

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H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1832 - Great Britain
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Page 315 - The House of Lords ordered and adjudged, That the said interlocutors complained of in the said appeal be and the same are hereby reversed : And it is further ordered, That the cause be remitted back to the Court of Session in Scotland...
Page 315 - January, concerning the trials of peers in parliament, shall not be understood or construed to extend to any appeal of murder or other...
Page 24 - Lauriston is well known as an excellent officer, but he was also a good and kind-hearted man, at all times anxious to serve the English, and still more the Scotch. When afterwards a prisoner of war in France, I applied through him for leave to be exchanged.
Page 198 - Aids-de-camp, whom I had known before as a countryman, and who claimed kindred with me, as being mutually related to the family of Argyle.
Page 36 - I have reason to believe that it was in consequence of the failure to keep his apparatus in constant rigid good order that Herr Lilienthal so unhappily lost his life.
Page 251 - Callander, at the same time, occupying a house on the opposite side of the street. At the end of the...
Page 73 - I pointed out the passages in the book of Job, and in the prophecies of Isaiah and...
Page 89 - The excavations are made in the form of a cone, the apex of which is about three or four feet wide.
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Page 46 - ... he threw himself on the ground, and kissed the hem of my garment, to testify his feelings of regard and devotion.

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