Journal - 1745, comparison with Lockhart - 1817


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the Prince’s Veshel Vessel lay, and we We called for the ships boat & and being understood to be the persons for whom the express was sent, we were immediately carryed on board.  Our , and our hearts were now overjoyed to find our selves so near our long wished for Prince P-ce.  We found alarge a large tent erected with poles on the ships deck, covered & and well furnished with variety of wines and spirits.  As we enter’d this pavilion we were most chearfully welcomed welcom’d by the D. Duke  of Athole, to whom some of us had been known in the year 1715.  While the Duke was talking with us Clanronald was amissing a-missing and had, as we understood, been called into the Prince’s  P-ce’s Cabin cabin, nor did we look for the Honour  honour of seeing the P.  His R.H. at least for that night. ; after After being 3 hours with the P. Clanronald returned to us,  and in about half an ane hour after there enter’d entered the tent atall a tall youth of a most amost agreeable aspect in a plain aplain black coat with a plain aplain shirt not very clean and a Cambric cambrick stock fixed with aplain a plain Silver silver buckle a fair afair round wig out of the buckle, a plain aplain hat hatt with a Canvas string around it with having haveing one end


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Omitted in Lockhart : "being understood to be the persons for whom the express was sent, we"