Journal - 1745, comparison with Lockhart - 1817


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Page numbered 7

I had drunk the Kings health made me speak the words again in Erse and said he could drink the Kings health likewise in that language, repeating my words; and the company mentioning my skill in the highland language, his H. R. H. said I should be his Master master for that language, and so was made toast  to ask the healths of the Pr. P. & and D.

Having stayed staid three or four days in Boradil Borradel during which time messages were still coming comeing & and going betwixt the Pr P.,& Locheil, Glengarry & and Keppoch &c  His H. R. H. then set sett out for the town of Kinlochmoydart in Moydart,  about 7 seven miles from Boradil Borradel by the head of Lochnanuagh & and Lochailort, which way Clanronalds Clanronalds Regiment regiment marched closs by the shoar, the Pr P. with his Artilary artilary and Bagadge bagadge going by sea, as being the shorter shortest passage of about 4 four miles. 

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Asurmise A surmise of the Prince’s Ps landing being now whispered abroad, and the Govermt Government having haveing notice thereof, astrong a strong detachment of 4 four Companys companys were ordered to Fortwilliam to reinforce reinforse the garison there.  Glengarie Glengary and Keppoch’s Keppochs people, who were then assembling, Judged judged it expedient to prevent the Soldiers soldiers from passing through


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