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1864-03-19
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new come sand supernatural events which, tradition, were then a por- oe of the Scottish moun- ait of loasl inflesacer, and ply invoudd in early youth iessends s ath ulterior even to the In tracing 2) 10 one of these de ae peording to Highland F the everyday r and¥ we by their ening
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1864-03-19
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Scottish American Journal 1864-03-19

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1864-03-05
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front, 0603 The arms taken at Javersnaid had, ino: ever, completely equipped. the looked anmiously} con Clan W,if the gloomy gorge of Aberfoyle, � oY ate iia SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. greatest barriers between the Gael and the Low- lander, were posted in ambush one hundred and sixty
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1864-03-05
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Scottish American Journal 1864-03-05

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1864-03-12
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rattling on-eyery: side, and. can scareely'b” escaped withouta wound: Great devts are Like ean of loud noise, butlittle danger. / � SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. ol ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Next to the name of Washington there is per- aps no name more heartily loved and vanerated y the best and ablest men
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1864-03-12
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Scottish American Journal 1864-03-12

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1864-01-02
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, after another! a Te was as eyexpe - BoP ¥ : areece nn You must have been seen; and, gracions heavens,| | etoiant e eeemare rfif Poet coke � 2 SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. I — an-—this Susband ; and, indeed, it is also my only securliy in protecting you, that you are not identi- fied
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1864-01-02
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Scottish American Journal 1864-01-02

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1864-01-23
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mean. it; | ‘Oh, if beonly oss PBonght: Bess,” How canaman ae "AY SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. she was admitted, She did notseetheprineipal.. In the outer office, a clerk replied to her inquiries,|. and took the money that, with tearfal. eagerness, she produced. what it was her husbandwas
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1864-01-23
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Scottish American Journal 1864-01-23

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1864-01-16
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sitting alone invingly Was-tco abstracted, at the mamcul, novice him; > She had her desk before her: ils light -had served, had been strang- ® SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. ing bills and casting up accounts; then she had Jeaned back on her chair, and indulged in the habit of reverie that she had
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1864-01-16
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Scottish American Journal 1864-01-16

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1864-02-20
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sceing irs. Vineingly in the room, paused on the bal- ony, Kate alone went forward saying: Pve seer bim, the darling; he is not burt. ‘| and manner, but now she was subdued SCOTTISH AMERICAN’ Oh, that wretch, ‘The Topper!’ I knew him at. ones. He has been the ruin of my peace. But for him, my
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1864-02-20
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Scottish American Journal 1864-02-20

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1864-02-27
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. “*'To my home,” “* Where is in?” . : ** Among the mountains—-where you would not be wise to follow,”replied tha boy, boldly. on r . / 1 iruf-Cased eupola ship, at Portsmouth, . NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. | The soldier perhaps. interpreted this with some awkwardness or severity, for
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1864-02-27
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Scottish American Journal 1864-02-27

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1864-02-13
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Fe « AS they arratiged to lose no time t going to Chiswick, Mrs, -Lettsome madeit a) particular re~ | ‘quest that Horace Hempson should’go Avith them. ‘Hewasunableon the morning of tiiinéxtday, bats : ete | going id theevenin’ � Betge SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. iat it would ha best to
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1864-02-13
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Scottish American Journal 1864-02-13

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1864-02-06
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|| junior; but the young man wassotall andstrong - inthe mightof his primeof.ecarly manhood—ths other sobroken andtremulous!As Mr,Hempsom} three or fouryearssince, 0listento theirrequests, | andwretchedness, whieh/. rine ecmegvinentsnonatemanecnny � a SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. in“* Very fair and
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1864-02-06
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Scottish American Journal 1864-02-06

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1864-01-30
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;. and bisglass by his side was empty, The man. rested & minute on his oars, then laid them, down. Mr.Tregloss hadbeencalled npthe night hefore. | Hiswifs had had a terrible paroxysm of her malady. |} { She} T � ” SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. % most eminent advica, aod manifest the greatest
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1864-01-30
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Scottish American Journal 1864-01-30

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1864-01-09
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fond, foolish | -politel The Kate's hears inimediatelysank. SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. 5 be. Let's have no scene; it makes my head ache,” Too full of pain toknow. whether it was her head or heart that ached the most, Kate packed up his linen for him, and, in a state bordering on distrac- tion
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1864-01-09
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Scottish American Journal 1864-01-09

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1863-11-26
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unknown, The ‘There was a fire, andthe lady was frightened so| ofsociety. To keep. such households is. the nf" 5 : Oat < vag: : . a aoe : pinnae � o | SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL, ey SLAVERY A BOND OF THe UNION. painful tragedy remind me. of our.conversation in|. Mr, Taindsay talks of the ony. blow
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1863-11-26
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Scottish American Journal 1863-11-26

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1863-12-03
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life in the dei % pleasant fition, she called } i the arsow thas F seed You dote on your child, and SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. pierced her heart to remember that she had volun- tarily encumbered herself with the child! - How terribly was violated truth avenged, for she had learned to feel for
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1863-12-03
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Scottish American Journal 1863-12-03

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1863-11-19
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wildest Presbyterians in regard to the Sabbath, for which they would excommuni- cate, and, and if they could, consign the rest to ‘that place of which they are so found of talking, ‘ake Gppised to the teaching of Biblical criticism a _ SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNMRS= and of churchhistory, and have no
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1863-11-19
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Scottish American Journal 1863-11-19

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1863-11-05
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Mrs, ‘Tregloss, ‘‘Foster knows her duty—that fretting and stuff, and all that is not allowed; so tell her.” , Well, then, the child is dead, and a ‘appy release no doubt, for there’s no head of children SCOTTISH AMERICANJOWURNA £ Ry & * :oM i ¥ . + rs ~ tt i 4 a ‘ \ a a? a E ‘ am Eg: ree
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1863-11-05
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Scottish American Journal 1863-11-05

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1863-10-29
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nauk stayed.” lave gone mad, if Ud attempted to hart Then you left your child,”said Foster, wishing Hex +}5 5 the � pre 4 SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL, to fix that fact before her taind, as if she had an inward satisfaction in so doing. “I did, and may God forgive me that rashness! My husband
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1863-10-29
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Scottish American Journal 1863-10-29

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1895-11-13
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back against a tree and thus was able to defend himself. After they had fought for some time the Rev. �•2 THE SCOTTISH--AMERICAN. NOVEMBER 13, 1895. Robert Stewart, a son of Alexander Ban, came upon the ground, and, being shocked at such an unfair encounter, called out—“Shame 1 shame ! the like was
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1895-11-13
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Scottish American Journal 1895-11-13

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1863-12-17
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labor, for having walked backwards and forwards on a house-top.at night, with a lighted candle in his hand and destitute of covering, except a short shirt. ‘| his wise andCatholic mind,—Spectator. .. SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. SIR WALTER SCOTTAND YOUNG AUTHORS. os [Prom theAthenremp.]. ce Tnere
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1863-12-17
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Scottish American Journal 1863-12-17

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1863-11-12
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upon Jonathan’s return be dig. solved in the water and administered to the sick man, at the same time informing his assistant that ? � SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL. he was about to go inte the kitchen to take a pipe, and requested to be informed when the dose had had the desired effect. “When
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1863-11-12
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