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" Cage ; and by chance there happened to be two stones at a small distance from one another, in the side next the precipice, resembling the pillars of a chimney, where the fire was placed. The smoke had its vent out here, all along the face of the rock,... "
History of the Transactions in Scotland, in the Years 1715-16, and 1745-46 ... - Pągina 434
per George Charles - 1817
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The Life and Times of Prince Charles Stuart, Count of Albany ..., Volum 2

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1875 - 342 pągines
...only large enough to contain six or seven persons, four of which number were frequently employed in playing at cards ; one idle, looking on ; one baking ; and another firing bread and cooking." Here it was that the Prince received the joyful news that two French vessels, sent out expressly for his...
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The Life and Times of Prince Charles Stuart, Count of Albany ..., Volum 2

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1875 - 342 pągines
...only large enough to contain six or seven persons, four of which number were frequently employed in playing at cards ; one idle, looking on ; one baking ; and another firing bread and cooking." Here it was that the Prince received the joyful news that two French vessels, sent out expressly for his...
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The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to ..., Volum 3

Charles MacFarlane - 1792
...cage." " The cage," says Cluny, " was no larger than to contain six or seven persons, four of whuni were frequently employed playing at cards, one idle looking on, one baking, and another firin« bread and cooking."* Here the party remaine.1 LOCH ERICHT AND BENALDER. J — From Scotland...
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Episodes of history, stirring incidents in the lives of men and nations

Episodes - 1880
...0110 another, iu the side next the precipice, resembling the pillars of a chimney, where the fire was placed. The smoke had its vent out here all along...one baking, and another firing bread and cooking." This was the last refuge to which Charles was driven in Scotland. Two French vessels despatched to...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor, Volum 9

Alexander Mackenzie - 1884
...part of Benalder, where there was barely room for the seven persons, who now composed the party, " four of whom were frequently employed playing at cards,...one baking, and another firing bread and cooking." The history and structure of this remarkable habitation is too well known to require detail here. The...
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1896
...four of which number were frequently employed in playing at cards, one idle looking on, one becking, and another firing bread and cooking. Here his Royal Highness remained till he was acquainted foi. 1553. that the shiping for receiving and 'transporting him to France was arrived....
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The Lyon in Mourning: Or, A Collection of Speeches, Letters ..., Volum 2

Robert Forbes - 1896
...four of which number were frequently employed in playing at cards, one idle looking on, one becking, and another firing bread and cooking. Here his Royal Highness remained till he was acquainted /«/• 1553- that the sniping for receiving and transporting him to France was arrived....
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Publications of the Scottish History Society

Scottish History Society - 1896
...four of which number were frequently employed in playing at cards, one idle looking on, one becking, and another firing bread and cooking. Here his Royal Highness remained till he was acquainted foi. 1553- that the shiping for receiving and transporting him to France was arrived....
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A History of the County of Inverness (Mainland)

James Cameron Lees - 1897 - 376 pągines
...large enough to contain six or seven persons, four of which number were frequently employed in playing cards, one idle looking on, one baking, and another firing bread and cooking." The place where this singular habitation stood can still be identified. It is about 200 yards above...
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Historical Geography of the Clans of Scotland

Thomas Brumby Johnston, James Alexander Robertson - 1899 - 179 pągines
...one another, in the side next the precipice, resembling the pillars of a chimney, where the fire was placed. The smoke had its vent out here, all along...Royal Highness remained till the 13th of September." — Cluny's Account of Lochiel and himself after the Battle of Culloden. Home, Appendix No. 46). September...
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