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  • 'The boys in Appin who saw the panther last week were fair dinkum,' he said.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Other reports included Kelly, 29, who saw the big cat near the Broughton Pass in Appin, and Dale Shackleton who recalled a panther terrorising his Appin farm and the Inghams chicken sheds more than 30 years ago.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • As he charged at the battle of Preston with his clan, the Stewarts of Appin, he saw an officer of the opposite army standing alone by a battery of four cannon, of which he discharged three on the advancing Highlanders, and then drew his sword.

    Chronicles of the Canongate

  • Captain of Clan Ranald, with the Stewarts of Appin, the Clan Gregor, the

    A Legend of Montrose

  • Anda Penman, 89, a descendant of the Stewarts of Appin, identified Donald, the son of Stewart of Ballachulish as the real killer, having kept a secret that was passed on by word of mouth through her family for more than two centuries.

    Inherited Hearsay

  • The murdered man was Colin Campbell of Glenure, the Red Fox, a government agent who was on his way to evict local tenants, Stewarts of Appin, and replace them with his own relatives.

    Inherited Hearsay

  • Murray was able to hustle his brigade of Stewart of Appin, Frasers and the Camerons to the crest of the hill on the first turn.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I chose the Stewarts of Appin only because their flag is easy to paint free hand a gold saltire on a blue background.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • For a lot of reason they deserve to win - even if the image of the Stewart of Appin clan regiment, with already cruel casualties, looks foreboding.

    My Jacobite Army

  • The second part; wherein are set forth the misfortunes in which he was involved upon the Appin murder; his troubles with Lord Advocate Prestongrange; captivity on the Bass Rock; journey into France and Holland; and singular relations with James More Drummond or Macgregor, a son of the notorious Rob Roy.

    Vailima Letters

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