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An Account of the Life and Writings of Sir Thomas Craig of Riccarton ... - Page 316
by Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1823 - 362 pages
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The works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - 1806
...anil transport him to some blind and obscure room in " the country, where he was detained captive, without the " benefit of day-light, a matter of three...time his lady and children -went in mourning for him, " a? dead. But, after the cause aforesaid was decided, the " Lord Dune was carried back by incognitos,...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 63

England - 1848
...was detained captive without the benefit of daylight a matter of three mouths — though otherwise civilly and well entertained — during which time...children went in mourning for him as dead. But after the canse aforesaid was decided, the Lord Durie was carried back by incognitoes, and dropped in the same...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and ..., Volume 3

Scottish border - 1821
...matter of three months (though otherwise ci" villy and well entertained ;) during which time his la" dy and children went in mourning for him, as dead. "...aforesaid was decided, the Lord " Durie was carried hack by incognitos, and dropt in " the same place where he had been taken up."— Fon" BES'S Journal...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volume 1

Walter Scott - English literature - 1833
...daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained; during which tipie his lady and children went in mourning for him as dead. But after the cause aforesaiu was decided, the Lord Durie was carricc back by incognitos, and dropt in the same place where...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: First Series, Containing Minstrelsy ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1838 - 532 pages
...he was detained captive, without the benefit of daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained;) during which time his...went in mourning for him as dead. But after the cause afore• For his pedigree, the reader may consult the Supplement to I '11 slandi upon. Ihc water o(...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 63

England - 1848
...was detained captive without the benefit of daylight a matter of three months — though otherwise civilly and well entertained — during which time his lady and children went in mourning fur him as dead. But after the cause aforesaid was decided, the Lord Durie was carried back by incognitoes,...
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Anecdotes of the Aristocracy: And Episodes in Ancestral Story, Volume 2

Bernard Burke - Anecdotes - 1849
...he was detained captive, without the benefit of daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained) ; during which time...the Lord Durie was carried back by incognitos, and dropped in the same place where he had been taken up." THE WHITE ROSE OF SCOTLAND. OF the romantic...
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Anecdotes of the Aristocracy: And Episodes in Ancestral Story, Volume 2

Bernard Burke - Anecdotes - 1849
...he was detained captive, without the benefit of daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained) ; during which time...the Lord Durie was carried back by incognitos, and dropped in the same place where he had been taken up." cc THE WHITE ROSE OF SCOTLAND. OF the romantic...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Wlater Scott

1857
...he was detained captive, without the benefit of daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained) ; during which time...for him as dead. But after the cause aforesaid was decided/the Lord Durie was carried back by incognitos, and dropt in the same place where he had been...
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Domestic Annals of Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution, Volume 1

Scotland - 1858
...he was detained captive, withont the benefit of daylight, a matter of three months (though otherwise civilly and well entertained); during which time his lady and children went in monrning for him as dead. But after the cause aforesaid was decided, the Lord Durie was rarried back...
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