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  • The Laird of Bargany had before purchest [obtained] of the authorities, letters, charging all faithfull subjects to the

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  • The Laird of Bargany had before purchest [obtained] of the authorities, letters, charging all faithfull subjects to the King's Majesty, to assist him against that cruel tyrant and mansworn traitor, the Earl of Cassilis; which letters, with his private writings, he published, and shortly found sic concurrence of Kyle and Cunynghame with his other friends, that the

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  • "I just purchest a house in ryderwood and planed on moving there with my 6 kids guess I'll have to join the fight watch out risa I fight hard"

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