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forsake him but our little regiment alone.

Aug 7

The Pr. P. having set out from Kinlochmoydart on the 7th in order to meet his friends who were appointed to randevouze at Glenfinnin on the 8th he stayed at at Alexr. Alexander Mcdonald  McDonalds of Glenaladal’s Glenaladals house the first night where Capt. Switnam Captain Swetnam, an officer in Guese’s Guises Regemt regiment, in the Govenmts service, who had been taken at Latterfinla, was brought to him having been taken prisoner by Keppoch’s the Glengarie people. , having been taken at        , was brought in prisoner by Keppochs McDonalds.

The Pr P. set out from Glenaladal’s Glenaladals house about 6 a clock a clock in the morning and arrived at Glenfinin about 11 fornoon, being met at his landing by Mr Mcdonald McDonald of Morror &c with 150 men; about 2 aclock a clock  afternoon Lochiel appeared at the head of 700 men, and was soon after followed by Keppoch with abt about 300 men.  Upon ; upon which the P. immediatly caused causd erect the Royal Standarde royall standart and proclaimed the K. his Father father.  That night our little Army army was encamp’d encamped and provisions provided for them.  We , we were now about 1200 men under the Command command of Clanronald, Lochiel & and Keppoch, Coll. O Sulivan ; Colonel OSulivan being appointed Adjutant Genl. & Quarter adjutant general and quarter master of the Army army.

Notice being given that Sr Sir John Cope with the Governmt Governments troops was marching from Sterling Stirling,


Letterfinlay not named in Lockhart and that sentence rearranged.