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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...^m tAjiW SCC/\ j o 2 jcm: "^ o C[rtnt(m5 iiiXfl* 56fforoj VOL. XXI WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS., MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1907 NO. 1 THE HATCHET BURIED Conclu... ...ssful, and despite its humorous side, tied a new itnot in tlie bond of ail Williams men. The parade, the fireworks, the transparencies, the sharp, sho... ...dams; members of the A. P. W. society, the advancers of the social life at Williams; heroes of the Williams- town fire department and Doctor Barrett, ... ...ine at Johns Hopkins. Sternberger will go into bank- ing in New York city. Stewart will teach. Stocking will go into business. Stoddard will go into b... ... in B flat, Gnilmant Prelude, Rachmnninoff Pnstornle from " William Tell," Rossini Fnnoriil Mnrch, Chopin Choral Prelude: '• O Welt, dich muss ioh Ins... .... Time, 18 sec. 220-yard hurdles: won by Don- ovan ot Springfield; second. Stewart of Pittsfield; third, Has- tings of Springfield. Time, 28 4-5 sec. ... ...hotographs are from paintings by Burne-Jones.Romney,Sir Josh- ua Reynolds, Rosseau and others. One of Messonier'o excellent Frenoh^ military scenes is... ...Lovejoy Elder, Rooney, Fowle le, re, Hunt Winter, Kelley. Williams qb. qb, Ross LaMent. Graves, Weary rhb, Ihb. Miller C. Brown. Stocking, Santry Ihb,... ...hter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Baboock of Lansingburgh, N. Y., to Clarence B. Stewart took place at the home of the bride's parents 00 August 7, 1907. CO...

...The longest running independent newspaper at Williams is the Williams Record, a weekly broadsheet paper published on Wednesdays. The newspaper was founded in 1885, and now has a weekly circulation of 3,000 copies distributed in Williamstown, in addition to more than 600...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...t a large number of works may fall into the category of orphan works. See WILLIAM M. LANDES & RICHARD A. POSNER, The Economic Structure of Intellect... ...ong (699); Lord (650). 331 Lord (650). 332 Ayers (398); Webster (399); Williams (401). Page 89 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT... ...ederal Register/Vol. 70, No. 16/Wednesday, January 26, 2005/Notices 5 See William M. Landes and Richard A. Posner, Indefinitely Renewable Copyright ... ...oehle John Reeve Donna Daugherty/Christian Recording Studio Robert E. Stewart Arthur M. Keller Joshua J. Bowman David Creighton Samuels D... ... OW0010-Williams OW0011-Froehle OW0012-Reeve OW0013-Daugherty OW0014-Stewart OW0015-Keller OW0016-Bowman OW0017-Samuels OW0018-Grohmann ... ...y Shawn Owen David Deelstra John Haggerty Jonathan McKamey Nancy Ross M. Diane Moss/Puget Sound Folk Harp Society Laura Lynn Haslacker ... ... OW0092-Owen OW0093-Deelstra OW0094-Haggerty OW0095-McKamey OW0096-Ross OW0097-Moss OW0098-Haslacker OW0099-Chrisco OW0100-Savetz OW... ...mery Paul Filiault Larry Slavens James A. Perkins James Ofsink F. Stewart/Presscommune Angela Rayfield Chris Backe Jim Lawrence Melin... ...inor Stephen Soghoian Dave Reed Charles Quintin Andrew T Coffman Ross Naheedy Henry John Lacaze Joshua Shiflet OW0398-Ayers OW0399-W...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...t a large number of works may fall into the category of orphan works. See WILLIAM M. LANDES & RICHARD A. POSNER, The Economic Structure of Intellect... ...ong (699); Lord (650). 331 Lord (650). 332 Ayers (398); Webster (399); Williams (401). Page 89 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT... ...ederal Register/Vol. 70, No. 16/Wednesday, January 26, 2005/Notices 5 See William M. Landes and Richard A. Posner, Indefinitely Renewable Copyright ... ...oehle John Reeve Donna Daugherty/Christian Recording Studio Robert E. Stewart Arthur M. Keller Joshua J. Bowman David Creighton Samuels D... ... OW0010-Williams OW0011-Froehle OW0012-Reeve OW0013-Daugherty OW0014-Stewart OW0015-Keller OW0016-Bowman OW0017-Samuels OW0018-Grohmann ... ...y Shawn Owen David Deelstra John Haggerty Jonathan McKamey Nancy Ross M. Diane Moss/Puget Sound Folk Harp Society Laura Lynn Haslacker ... ... OW0092-Owen OW0093-Deelstra OW0094-Haggerty OW0095-McKamey OW0096-Ross OW0097-Moss OW0098-Haslacker OW0099-Chrisco OW0100-Savetz OW... ...mery Paul Filiault Larry Slavens James A. Perkins James Ofsink F. Stewart/Presscommune Angela Rayfield Chris Backe Jim Lawrence Melin... ...inor Stephen Soghoian Dave Reed Charles Quintin Andrew T Coffman Ross Naheedy Henry John Lacaze Joshua Shiflet OW0398-Ayers OW0399-W...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...t a large number of works may fall into the category of orphan works. See WILLIAM M. LANDES & RICHARD A. POSNER, The Economic Structure of Intellect... ...ong (699); Lord (650). 331 Lord (650). 332 Ayers (398); Webster (399); Williams (401). Page 89 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT... ...ederal Register/Vol. 70, No. 16/Wednesday, January 26, 2005/Notices 5 See William M. Landes and Richard A. Posner, Indefinitely Renewable Copyright ... ...oehle John Reeve Donna Daugherty/Christian Recording Studio Robert E. Stewart Arthur M. Keller Joshua J. Bowman David Creighton Samuels D... ... OW0010-Williams OW0011-Froehle OW0012-Reeve OW0013-Daugherty OW0014-Stewart OW0015-Keller OW0016-Bowman OW0017-Samuels OW0018-Grohmann ... ...y Shawn Owen David Deelstra John Haggerty Jonathan McKamey Nancy Ross M. Diane Moss/Puget Sound Folk Harp Society Laura Lynn Haslacker ... ... OW0092-Owen OW0093-Deelstra OW0094-Haggerty OW0095-McKamey OW0096-Ross OW0097-Moss OW0098-Haslacker OW0099-Chrisco OW0100-Savetz OW... ...mery Paul Filiault Larry Slavens James A. Perkins James Ofsink F. Stewart/Presscommune Angela Rayfield Chris Backe Jim Lawrence Melin... ...inor Stephen Soghoian Dave Reed Charles Quintin Andrew T Coffman Ross Naheedy Henry John Lacaze Joshua Shiflet OW0398-Ayers OW0399-W...

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What Your Bank Doesn't Want You to Know : About Where to Invest Your Money

By: Lillian R. Villanova

...un, Randolph, Richmond, Rockdale, Schley, Screven, Seminole, Spalding, Stephens, Stewart, Sumter, Talbot, Taliaferro, Tattnall, Taylor, Telfair, Ter... ...l, Union, Vermilion, Wabash, Warren, Washington, Wayne, White, Whiteside, Will, Williamson, Winnebago, Woodford Indiana: Tax Lien Certificate Sta... ...idan, Sioux, Slope, Stark, Steele, Stutsman, Towner, Traill, Walsh, Ward, Wells, Williams Ohio: Tax Deed State 88 Counties Adams, Allen, Ashland, ... ...ble, Ottawa, Paulding, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Portage, Preble, Putnam, Richland, Ross, Sandusky, Scioto, Seneca, Shelby, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tu... ...ummit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Union, Van Wert, Vinton, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Williams, Wood, Wyandot Oklahoma: Tax Lien Certificate State 77 ... ...m, Rhea, Roane, Robertson, Rutherford, Scott, Sequatchie, Sevier, Shelby, Smith, Stewart, Sullivan, Sumner, Tipton, Trousdale, Unicoi, Union, Van Bu...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...; Syndic Fran- cesc CERQUEDA Pasquet (since 1982); Subsyndic Antoni GARRALLA Rossell (since 1986); head of government Josep PINTAT Solans (Chief Execu... ... Court Government leaders: Viscount DUNROS- SIL, Governor (since 1983); John William David SWAN, Premier (since 1982) Suffrage: universal adult over a... ...en- ter for Social Democrats (CDS), Pierre Mehaignerie; Radical (RAD), Andre Rossi- not; left opposition Socialist Party (PS), Lionel Jospin; Left Rad... ...ly responsible for the island's good government Government leaders: Adm. Sir William PILLAR, Lieutenant Governor and Com- mander in Chief (since 1985)... ...itorial sea: 12 nm Boundary disputes: none; territorial claim in Antarctica (Ross Dependency) Climate: temperate with sharp regional contrasts Terrain... ...emocratic, David Owen; Communist, Gordon McLennan; Scottish National, Donald Stewart; Plaid Cymru, Dafydd Wigley; Official Unionist, James Molyneaux; ...

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The Lady of the Lake

By: William J. Rolfe

...The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Edited with Notes by William J. Rolfe, A.M. Formerly Head Master of the High School, Cambridge, ... ...Classics Series Publication The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, ed. William J. Rolfe, A.M. is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Universit... ...ic transmission, in any way. The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, ed. William J. Rolfe, A.M., the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Class... ...len Fruin, And Bannochar’s groans to our slogan replied ; Glen Luss and Ross-dhu, they are smoking in ruin, And the best of Loch Lomond lie dead... ...is another valley draining into the lake, a few miles from Glen Fruin, and Ross-dhu is on the shore of the lake, midway between the two. Here stands a... ...eadalbane, a tract of thirty-two miles, in three hours. The late Alexander Stewart, Esq., of Invernahyle, described to me his having sent round the Fi...

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Kidnapped Being the Memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the Year 1751

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... isle; his journey in the wild highlands; his acquaintance with Alan Breck Stewart and other notorious Highland Jacobites; with all that he suffered a... ...n; among these my husband found and read with avidity:— The Trial of James Stewart in Aucharn in Duror of Appin for the Murder of Colin Cambell of Gle... ...various ad- ventures and misadventures by the way. From the trial of James Stewart my husband gleaned much valuable material for his novel, the most i... ...only of Earraid, but of the neighbouring part of Mull (which they call the Ross) is noth- ing but a jumble of granite rocks with heather in among. At ... ... But the creek, or strait, that cut off the isle from the main-land of the Ross, opened out on the north into a bay, and the bay again opened into the... ...eople’s houses in Iona. And on the other hand, over the low country of the Ross, I saw smoke go up, morning and evening, as if from a homestead in a h... ...d he answered he supposed it was some of the red soldiers coming from Fort William into Appin, against the poor tenantry of the country. Well, it was ... ...been the valley called Glencoe, where the massacre was in the time of King William. But for the details of our itinerary, I am all to seek; our way ly... ...that James and some of his servants were already clapped in prison at Fort William, under strong suspicion of complicity. It seemed it was noised on a...

...Excerpt: How he was kidnapped and cast away; his sufferings in a desert isle; his journey in the wild highlands; his acquaintance with Alan Breck Stewart and other notorious Highland Jacobites; with all that he suffered at the hands of his uncle, Ebenezer Balfour of Shaws, falsely so called Written by himself and now set forth by Robert Louis Stevenson with a preface b...

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Spoon River Anthology

By: Edgar Lee Masters

..................................................................... 41 Dora Williams ..................................................................... ..................................................................... 41 Mrs. Williams ..................................................................... .......................................................................... 42 William and Emily ............................................................ ................................................................... 51 Thomas Ross, Jr. .................................................................... .................................................................. 75 Lillian Stewart ...................................................................... ...appy themselves, a credit to the village. 52 Spoon River Anthology Thomas Ross, Jr. THIS I saw with my own eyes: A cliff—swallow Made her nest in a h... ... was the whole of the business worth? Why, it wasn’t worth a damn! Lillian Stewart I WA S the daughter of Lambert Hutchins, Born in a cottage near the... ...renhardt I BEGAN with Sir William Hamilton’s lectures. Then studied Dugald Stewart; And then John Locke on the Understanding, And then Descartes, Fich...

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Chronicles of the Canongate

By: Sir Walter Scott

...of the anecdote, alike honourable to Whig and T ory, are these:— Alexander Stewart of Invernahyle—a name which I can- not write without the warmest re... ...roubles of 1745. As he charged at the battle of Preston with his clan, the Stewarts of Appin, he saw an officer of the opposite army standing alone by... ... accepted, to save them from his followers. After the affair was over, Mr. Stewart sought out his prisoner, and they were introduced to each other by ... ... the Tales in question, was communicated by me to my late lamented friend, William Erskine (a Scottish judge, by the title of Lord Kinedder), who afte... ...ths of Craig, in Kincardineshire, descended from John Keith, fourth son of William, second Earl Marischal, who got from his father, about 1480, the la... ...o died at Edinburgh in 1774. He married Margaret, sec- ond daughter of Sir William Cunningham of Caprington, by Janet, only child and heiress of Sir J... ...ds than these of Ben Cruachan. I have followed your father to the wilds of Ross and the impen- etrable deserts of Y Mac Y Mhor. T ush, man! my limbs, ...

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Unknown to History : A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

... son, and the little party waiting in the hall also numbered Elizabeth and William Cavendish, the Countess’s youngest children, and many dependants mu... ...ge somewhat ruffled by sport, and advanced to the head of the stone steps, William Cavendish, the eldest of the boys, being sent down to take his step... ...e resemblance.” She held her white hand to receive the kisses of the boys: William Cavendish, under his mother’s eye, knelt obediently; Antony Babingt... ...s, an attention with which this young lady would willingly have dispensed. Stewart, Lorraine, Hepburn, the blood of all combined was a perilous inheri... ...d on the other hand through Woden to Adam and Eve! Pass for all before the Stewart line became Kings of Scots! Well, it seems that these Lennox Stewar... ...RBELL Y ARBELL Y ARBELL AFTER SEVERAL WEARY MONTHS of languishing, Charles Stewart was saved from the miseries which seemed the natural inher- itance ... ...ching heart. Not one more embrace could I be granted, but my good chaplain Ross—whom the saints rest—baptized her in se- cret, and Gorion had set two ...

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The Master of Ballantrae : A Winters Tale

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... on the second day of our flight, after we had slept one night in the rain upon the inclination of a moun- tain. There was an Appin man, Alan Black St... ... seen him since in France) who chanced to be passing the same way, and had a jealousy of my companion. Very uncivil expressions were exchanged; and St... ...hy, Mr. Stewart,” says the Master, “I think at the present time I would prefer to run a race with you.” And with the word claps spurs to his horse. St... ... sun was already down, but there was still a broad light in the west, which showed me some of the smugglers treading out their signal fire upon the Ro... ...venson upon miserable errands, so much had there befallen against the house of Durrisdeer. But the path lay handy from all points beyond the Muckle Ro... ...my lord, and stood and looked at me fidgeting with his hat, which he had taken off again. “I suppose you will have no errands? No? I am to meet Sir Wi... ...rabbits from a hill. And it is the less wonder if the scene of his meditations began to draw him bodily. IT IS WELL KNOWN what pretext he took. Sir Wi... ... he took. Sir William Johnson had a diplomatic errand in these parts; and my lord and I (from curiosity, as was given out) went in his company. Sir Wi...

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Vailima Letters

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...hero, and false accusation, and love, and marriage, and all the rest of it—all planted in a big South Sea plantation run by ex-English officers—a 85 ... ...he tale is practi- cally in two divisions. In the first James More and the M’Gregors, and Catriona, only show; in the second, the Appin case being dis... ... when you can and get all you can from him, as he has lived about six months with us and he can tell you just what is true and what is not—and not the... ...stiny through- out, and live a voluntary exile, and have my head filled with the blessed, beastly place all the time! And now a word as regards the de... ...Malaria practically does not exist in these islands; it is a negligeable quantity. What really bothers us a little is the mosquito affair—the so-calle... ...e right about Simon. But it is Symon throughout in that blessed little volume my father bought for me in Inverness in the year of grace ’81, I believe... ...as not been written in vain. —Miscellanies. I see with some alarm the proposal to print Juvenilia; does it not seem to you taking myself a little too ...

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Redgauntlet

By: Sir Walter Scott

...am. You will go on doubting with Dirleton, and resolving those doubts with Stewart, [‘Sir John Nisbett of Dirleton’s Doubts and Questions upon the Law... ...Doubts and Questions upon the Law, Especially of Scotland;’ and ‘Sir James Stewart’s Dirleton ’s Doubts and Questions on the Law of Scotland Resolved ... ...e periculo et commodo rei venditæ, and is a very pretty piece of Latinity.—Ross House, in our neighbourhood, is nearly finished, and is thought to exc... ...nanters, remained just the man he was. [The caution and moderation of King William III, and his principles of un- limited toleration, deprived the Cam... ...ll obey your respected instructions, being your most obedient to command, ‘William Crosbie.’ When Mr. Fairford received this letter, and had read it t... ... as the despotism, of an Eastern sultan permits to his slave. The usurper, William of Nassau, went forth to hunt, and thought, doubtless, that it was ... ...neither land nor water beasts neither English nor Scots—neither county nor stewartry, as we say—they are dispersed like so much quicksilver. Y ou may ...

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson to His Family and Friends ; Selected and Edited with Notes and Introd. By Sidney Colvin : Volume 1

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...‘They’re no bad for a begin- ner,’ said she. The landlord’s daughter, Miss Stewart, was present in oil colour; so I wrote her a declaration in verse, ... ...I want Benjamin Franklin and the Art of Virtue to follow; and perhaps also William Penn, but this last may be perhaps delayed for another volume – I t... ...t of romance in such places. Aros is Earraid, where I lived lang syne; the Ross of Grisapol is the Ross of Mull; Ben Ryan, Ben More. I have written to... ...bject smiles widely on the world:– 1830: A Chapter of Artistic History, by William Ernest Henley (or Of Socail and Artistic History, as the thing migh... ... mad fury about these explosions. If that is the new world! Damn O’Donovan Rossa; damn him behind and before, above, below, and 170 The Letters of R.... ...p in my room, and see what observations he has on the case (Trial of James Stewart in Appin for murder of Campbell of Glenure, 1752); if he has none, ... ... ished Autobiography reaching up to the first performance of King John. By William Shakespeare. 2. The journals and Private Correspondence of David, K... ...so badly off for commanders: Wolseley and Roberts, and this pile of Woods, Stewarts, Alisons, Grahames, and the like. Had we but one statesman on any ... ... her kind heart, sir,’ ejaculated old Seadrift. CHAPTER I The notary, Jean Rossignol, had been summoned to the top of a great house in the Isle St. Lo...

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Life of Johnson

By: James Boswell

...o the honour of the present venerable master of that College, the Reverend William Adams, D.D., who was then very young, and one of the jun- 37 Boswe... ... found the names of Mr. Hawkins the Poetry Pro- fessor, Mr. Shenstone, Sir William Blackstone, and others; not forgetting the celebrated popu- lar pre... ...rticle of the Gentlemen’s Magazine was, for several years, executed by Mr. William Guthrie, a man who deserves to be respectably recorded in the liter... ...y wrote the Lives of the Poets to which the name of Cibber is affixed; Mr. Stewart, son of Mr. George Stewart, book- seller at Edinburgh; and a Mr. Ma... ...suit of clothes, “And what art thou to-night?” Tom answered, “The Thane of Ross;” (which it will be recollected is a very in- considerable character.)... ...th him at Sir Joshua Reynolds’s, with the Earl of Charlemont, Sir Annesley Stewart, Mr. Eliot of Port-Eliot, Mr. Burke, Dean Marlay, Mr. Langton; a mo...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...on Intern Bonnie D. Jenkins Counsel Reginald F . Johnson Staff Assistant R.William Johnstone Professional Staff Member Stephanie L. Kaplan Special Ass... ...nd to deflect calls for even stronger regulation. In 1983,Attorney General William French Smith revised the Levi guidelines to encourage closer invest... ...h had endorsed a concept already urged by Director of Central Intelligence William Casey—a Counterterrorist Center, where the FBI, the CIA, and other ... ...igative Project Gilles Kepel, Institute of Political Studies, Paris Dennis Ross,Washington Institute for Near East Policy FOURTH PUBLIC HEARING Intell... ... Terrorism Judith A. Miller, former General Counsel, Department of Defense Stewart A. Baker, former General Counsel, National Security Agency Marc Rot... ...ercial aircraft prior to 9/11, granted to NORAD but not used against Payne Stewart’s plane in 1999 after the pilot and passengers lost consciousness, ... ...ponded more quickly to the October 25, 1999, plane crash that killed Payne Stewart than it did to the hijacking of American 11, we compared NORAD’s re...

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Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant

By: Ulysses S. Grant

...n offic- ers and soldiers, I dismounted and went in. I found there Captain Williams, of the Engineer Corps, wounded in the head, probably fatally, and... ...nder the new orders my regiment was transferred to the division of General William Worth, in which I served to the close of the war. The troops withdr... ... Scott of the command of the army in the field and assigning Major-General William O. Butler of Kentucky to the place. This order also released Pillow... ...tten- tion of the public when they occurred. About the 23d of July Colonel Ross, commanding at Bolivar, was threatened by a large force of the enemy s... ...es the Mississippi River but a few miles below Helena. On the 24th General Ross, with his brigade of about 4,500 men on transports, moved into this ne... ...f great labor; but it was finally accom- plished, and on the 11th of March Ross found himself, ac- companied by two gunboats under the command of Lieu... ...with him three in- fantry corps, commanded respectively by Stephen D. Lee, Stewart and Cheatham. These, with his cavalry, numbered about forty-five th... .... J. A. Walker). (h) Brig.-Gen. J M Jones’ Brigade. (h) “ Geo H. Stewart’s “ (h) “ L. A. Stafford’s “ (e) Maj.-Gen. R. E. Rodes’ Divi...

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Records of a Family of Engineers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Park, Gavin was a baker, John a maltman, Francis a chirurgeon, and ‘Schir William’ a priest. In the feuds of Humes and Heatleys, Cunninghams, Montgom... ...ry without Holyrood while the banded lords were despatching Rizzio within. William, at the ringing of Perth bell, ran before Gowrie House ‘with ane sw... ...r ane wynds, “Awa hame! ye will all be hangit” ‘ – a piece of advice which William took, and immediately ‘depairtit.’ John got a maid with child to hi... ...ne Cordinerius in Crossraguel, 1573, and William M’Steen in Dunskeith (co. Ross), 1605. Stevenson, Steenson, Macstophane, M’Steen: which is the origin... ...ws in the state they were, I turned upon Mr. Watt, and especially upon Mr. Stewart. The latter did not appear for a length of time to have visited the... ...out of these unwilling witnesses the language alluded to. I fixed upon Mr. Stewart as chief; he hedged. My curiosity increased, and I urged. Then he s...

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The Voyage of the Beagle

By: Charles Darwin

... move our blanket-bags. The far- thest point westward which we reached was Stewart Island, a distance of about one hundred and fifty miles from our sh... ...can crawl out to the stockade and reconnoitre their en- emies. The Rev. W. Williams, who gave me this ac- count, added, that in one Pas he had noticed... ...ome land for agricul- tural purposes. I had been introduced to the Rev. W. Williams, who, upon my expressing a wish, in- vited me to pay him a visit t... ...placed there as if by an enchanter’s wand, was exceedingly pleas- ant. Mr. Williams not being at home, I received in Mr. Davies’s house a cordial welc... ...- ing children, amount to more than a hundred. Shortly afterwards, Captain Ross, who had before visited these islands in his merchant-ship, arrived fr... ... ran away from the islet on which Mr. Hare was settled, and joined Captain Ross’s party. Mr. Hare upon this was ultimately obliged to leave the place.... ...n the point of an islet thickly covered with tall cocoa-nut trees. Captain Ross and Mr. Liesk live in a large barn-like house open at both ends, and l...

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