Cadets of the House of Argyll

CADETS OF THE HOUSE OF ARGYLL. Bv Rev. P. J. Campbell, D.D. It is interesting to observe the assiduity and sagacity with which the House of Lochawe prosecuted for centuries the policy which placed its wise and patriotic Chiefs eventually in the position of local sovereigns of Argyllshire. While with great foresight laying the foundations […]

Examination and Conviction

COPY of what Dr. [ARCHIBALD] CAMERON intended to have delivered to the Sheriff of Middlesex at the Place of Execution but which he left in the Hands of his Wife for that End. On the first Slip of Paper,  dated Tower,  6th June, 1753. BEING denied the use of Pen, Ink, and Paper, except in […]

Plates from The Heraldry of the Campbells, Volume II

“We shall meet again at Ticonderoga.”

Inverawe Bonawe,¬†as it is now called, but a very few years ago styled simply Inverawe, is a house the beauty of whose situation will vie with almost any in the Highlands. It is built on a short terrace on the banks of the river Awe, surrounded with trees whose age and beauty are second to […]