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  • Arms of an evening, than was consistent with strict temperance, or indeed with his worldly interest; for upon these occasions, his compotators sometimes contrived to flatter his partialities by singing jacobite songs, and drinking confusion to Bonaparte, and the health of the Duke of

    A Legend of Montrose

  • He was a steady jacobite, his father and his four uncles having been out in the forty-five; but he was a no less steady adherent of King George, in whose service he had made his little fortune, and lost three brothers; so that you were in equal danger to displease him, in terming Prince Charles, the

    A Legend of Montrose

  • With you modelling skills, I was thinking of a jacobite set-up along the lines of the picture in the League of Augsburg web site in the LOGW Napoleonic gallery.

    The Standard Has Been Raised

  • See also the Jacobite Heritage website www.jacobite.ca.

    The Sion Revelation

  • From the Jacobite Heritage website www.jacobite.ca/essays/lafosse.htm, citing comments from Otto von Habsburg to the genealogist David Willis.

    The Sion Revelation

  • Others had heard Westburnflat boast, in drinking parties, that Ellieslaw would soon be in arms for the jacobite cause, and that he himself was to hold a command under him, and that they would be bad neighbours for young

    The Black Dwarf

  • The men of rank and substance were not many in number: for almost all the large proprietors stood aloof, and most of the smaller gentry and yeomanry were of the Presbyterian persuasion, and therefore, however displeased with the Union, unwilling to engage in a jacobite conspiracy.

    The Black Dwarf

  • Ratcliffe, who at this moment entered, confirmed these accounts so unfavourable to the jacobite interest.

    The Black Dwarf

  • We think it necessary to mention these particulars, applicable solely to the province in which our scene lies; because, unquestionably, the jacobite party in the other parts of the kingdom, consisted of much more formidable, as well as much more respectable materials.

    The Black Dwarf

  • I am sure if ye were sae disposed as to take amends on him, naebody could say it was wrang, for your father's blood is beneath his nails --- and besides, there's naebody else left that was concerned to take amends upon, and he's a prelatist and a jacobite into the bargain --- I can tell ye the country folk look for something atween ye. ''

    The Black Dwarf

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