1 edition of Sir Neil, and Glengyle. The Highland cheftains [sic] found in the catalog.
Sir Neil, and Glengyle. The Highland cheftains [sic]
Colophon: R. Taylor, printer, Falkirk.
|Other titles||Unfortunate Miss Bailey!., Sir Neil, and Glengyle, the Highland chieftains.|
|Contributions||Taylor, Robert, of Falkirk, printer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.p. 8 :|
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SIR NEIL & GLENGYLE THE HIGHLAND CHEFTAINS. In yonder Isle beyond Argyle, where flocks and herds were plenty, Lived a rich Squire, whose sister fair was the flower of all that country. A Knight Sir Neil, had woo'd her long, expecting soon to marry. A young Highland Laird his suit profer'd, young handsome, brisk and ://:Sir_Neil, Sir Neil, AND GLENGYLE.
THE Highland Cheftains. A TRAGICAL BALLAD. TO WHICH IS ADDED Unfortunate Miss Bailey!:Sir_Neil, SIR NEIL AND GLENGYLE, THE. HIGHLAND CHIEFTAINS; A TRAGICAL BALLAD. AND THE. DRUNKEN EXCISEMAN.
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A knight, Sir Neil, had wooed her long, Expecting soon to marry; A young Highland laird his suit preferred, Young, handsome, brisk and airy.
Long she respected brave Sir Neil, Because he wooed sincerely, But as soon as she saw the young Glengyle, He won her most entirely, Till some lies unto her brother came, That Neil had ,_the_Highand_chieftains_(1)/Sir.
Glengyle was probably a member of the MacGregor clan. MacGregor of Glengyle was a branch of that family from Deeside, in Aberdeenshire.
The identity of Sir Neil is less certain. James Hogg published a version of this ballad in Scottish Pastorals entitled “The Death of Sir Niel Stuart The royal goloshan book, for the amusement of youth containing St.
George, a play in two acts to which is added Sir James the Rose, an old Scottish tragic song; also, Sir Neil & Glengyle, the highland The tragic ballad [5 pages] recounts the tale of the Highland Chieftain Sir Neil, who is supplanted by Glengyle in the affections of the woman he has been wooing.
When the woman's brother is falsely informed that Sir Neil has been boasting of favors received from his Sir Neil and Glengyle, the highland chieftains; a tragical ballad. And the drunken exciseman. Glasgow: Pr. for the booksellers, n.d. (ca. 12mo. 24 pp. $ active participants in the Catholic Emancipation movement.
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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle Moray McLaren, in his fascinating book "The Highland Jaunt," describes the visit of Doctor Johnson and James Boswell to MacKinnon of Corry in Skye.
This was so much the highlight of the famous doctor's Hebridean tour, that Mr McLaren devotes a whole chapter of his book to it, and it is recommended to all The Dean of Lismore's Book also, besides the well-known collection of Gaelic poems, contains a prose genealogy of the MacGregors written by Duncan the Dean's brother inand among the earlier poems there are several in which the descent of the MacGregor chiefs from Kenneth MacAlpin is celebrated in the high-sounding strains of the Highland Sir Neil, 6th Baronet of that Ilk, raised the dan to welcome Queen Victoria at Loch Tay in ; and in under Sir Robert, 7th Baronet, the Clan Menzies Society — which now owns the Auld Kirk of Weem — was established.
The Baronetcy expired with Sir Neil, 8th Baronet, in The History of Sir William Wallace. Glasgow: William Inglis, undated. The Famous Negro Robber. Glasgow: Printed for the bookseller,undated. Caption: The History and Adventures of Jack Mansong. The History of the Renowned Sir William Wallace.
Glasgow: Archibald Paterson, undated. Col. ill., publisher’s advertisement on back The book is undated but was published at some time before and later than the mythology of Clan MacLaren published in Logan's "Costumes of the Clans". MacLaurin's words were later taken as gospel truth by Margaret MacLaren in her book, "The MacLarens" Sir Lachlan Maclean died in and was succeeded by his son Sir Hector Maclean.
At the battle of Inverkeithing in Sir Hector Maclean lost his own life. The Macleans were loyal to their King and the fifth Baronet Sir John Maclean hurried to the standard and fought at Starting with the early origins of Campbeltown, David Stirk relates in The Distilleries of Campbeltown how the town grew from a small settlement into a Royal Burgh that depended on the herring fishery before whisky became the main trade in the town and its associated villages of Dalaruan and Dalintober.
He shows how certain families such as the Colvilles, Armours and Mitchells were to be. Highland Titles: A Very Modern Clan. Alike historical clans, our community also share the investment and attachment to the land, our Nature Reserves, and we even have our own tartan and the clan by purchasing a plot of land and continue our mission to conserve Scotland, one square foot at a time™!Rev.
Duncan Stewart 1st of Strathgarry Author of the first definitive genealogy of the Stewarts. Rev. Duncan STEWART 1st of Strathgarry & Innerhadden and Episcopal Minister of Blair Atholl b: in Invernahyle, Appin, Argyle, Scotland.
Duncan was the author of A Short Historical and Genealogical Account of the Royal Family of Scotland from Kenneth II, and of the Surname of Stewart (Edinburgh ~rykbrown/genealogy/An illustration of an open book. Books.
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