A Collection of Original Letters and Authentick Papers, Relating to the Rebellion, 1715

A Collection of Original Letters and Authentick Papers, Relating to the Rebellion, 1715

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1730 edition. Excerpt: ...againft them. "would be fufficient to lupprefs them, and "that all their Expectations of Affiftance from abroad, or by an Inlurrectiort in England, "would certainly tail them." Thefe are the Words of the Letter; and 'tis dated the Third of this Month.. That of Hopeful to Duke of Argyle is of the 7th,1 by which they then knew of Duke Ormond's leaving Parls which-they had npf whenNotingbame wrote his tetter; And now that they muft know7 of the Infurrectioia in England being far from. Billing us, t leave yOU# l-otdfhi to judge what they are not thinking; at London of their: Condition, I have i!ead moft of Hopeful's Letter to the Company here; what I have not read is. the firft Paragraph, and that I think, your Lordfhip had bell r)pt fhpw either to any Body lave to General Gordon. I juft now hear from Monteith, that the EHs //fly and Extent certainly in Argyle Shire, and that there were two Men of War come into Clyde, who were fending their Lon&Boats t;o retake the Boats on Lochlomond which Glengyll had feifed. I wifh with all my lleart this Could be prevented, and that thefe Folks were driven from Inverary, which I am lure your Lordfhip and General Gordon will loofe no Time in doing. I am forry for more in that Country's following Lawers's Example, and particularly I'm furprifed exceedingly with LochneWs Behavipur, which I knew fbme Days ago; but I hear they, have ufed him-as he deferves. One near Stirling worte to me two Days ago, that Duke of Argyle had fent him Prifoner to Edhih/rgb, which I wifh may be true. I hope it will not be in the Power of thofe Rogues to do us much Hurt, efpecially when your Lordfhips be: ing heartily in the Caufe of your King and 'Country is known to them j and I allure your Lord If your Lordfhip...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236636066
  • 9781236636065