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 […]
The seventh laird [of Glenorchy], Sir Duncan, our author’s patron [i.e. the author of the The Black Book of Taymouth], is a person on whose history we dwell with more pleasure. Bowie records a glorious list of conquests of lands and church possessions, and the provisions he bestowed on his children, legitimate and illegitimate. But we […]
It is all over now — put me to bed — call in the piper; let him play “Ha Til Mi Tulidh” (We Return No More) as long as I breathe. — Final words of Raibeart Ruadh MacGriogair (Robert Roy MacGregor).