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I have left him in the upper cleugh, as he is somewhat kenspeckle, [Footnote: _Kenspeckle >/I > -- that which is easily recognized by the eye.] and is marked both with cut and birn -- the sooner the skin is off, and he is in saultfat, the less like you are to have trouble -- you understand me?