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Behind him stood all the patriarchs who spent their lives flying between the stars on their clanships, and every single Galactic Springer saw his fellow Springer who lived on Archetz as a blind mole.
Every person felt happy and at ease; and his guests seemed rather one family of cordiality and love, than of different clanships.
The first permanent step had been taken toward the unification of a group of insular clanships into a homogeneous society, with a sense of common interests.
Edinburgh, he went off with some horse to the north, and raised the clanships for James's interest; where he shifted from place to place till June 13, 1689, that he came to a pitched engagement with Gen. Mackay on the braes of Gillicrankie on the water of Trumble.
We are taken up with the Scotch bills for weakening clanships and taking away heritable Jurisdictions.
"They are not studious of agriculture, the greater part of their diet consisting of milk, cheese, and flesh; nor has any one a determinate portion of land, his own peculiar property; but the magistrates and chiefs allot every year to tribes and clanships forming communities, as much land, and in such situations, as they think proper, and oblige them to remove the succeeding year.