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Yes," she added, with a wild shriek, "murdered your mother's fathers in their peaceful dwellings in Glencoe!
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There is not a drop of the blood of Glencoe on the noble hand of Barcaldine; with the unhappy house of Glenlyon the curse remains, and on them God hath avenged it.
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But Macdonald of Glencoe was prevented by accident, rather than design, from tendering his submission within the limited time.
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This was done at the instigation of the Earl of Breadalbane, whose lands the Glencoe men had plundered, and whose treachery to government in negotiating with the Highland clans Macdonald himself had exposed.
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The King was accordingly persuaded that Glencoe was the main obstacle to the pacification of the Highlands; and the fact of the unfortunate chief's submission having been concealed, the sanguinary orders for proceeding to military execution against his clan were in consequence obtained.
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Campbell of Glenlyon, a captain in Argyll's regiment, and two subalterns, were ordered to repair to Glencoe on the first of February with a hundred and twenty men.
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Lieutenant-Colonel Hamilton, who had received the charge of the execution from Dalrymple, was on his march with four hundred men, to guard all the passes from the valley of Glencoe; but he was obliged to stop by the severity of the weather, which proved the safety of the unfortunate clan.
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Thus to read Romola in Florence, and Les Miserables in Paris, and Lorna Doone on Exmoor, and The Heart of Midlothian in Edinburgh, and David Balfour in the Pass of Glencoe, and The Pirate in the Shetland Isles, is to get a new sense of the possibilities of life.
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Is it possible (to go further afield) that those lovely scenes in Wales-the fairy glens near Bettws-y-Coed, or the luxuriant valleys of Carmarthen, further south, where silvery Towey flows below the stately ruins of Dynevor Castle; those romantic reaches on the Wye, from Chepstow to the frowning hills of Brecon; those solitary, but unspeakably grand, mountains and passes of the Highlands, such as Glencoe, Ben Nevis, or those of the scarcely explored Hebrides; those smiling waters of the lovely Trossachs; those countless spots in the "Emerald Isle" that the tourist has never seen, whether in fertile Wicklow or among the whispering woods and weird waters of the west; those gorgeous forests of Ceylon; those interminable jungles of the beautiful East, with their unknown depths of tropical splendour;-is it possible that these scenes of wondrous beauty are inhabited and enjoyed by nothing more than is visible to our limited mortal gaze?
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Ted Brady, Glencoe Athletic Club,' he paused.
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I belong to the Glencoe Athletic.
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They expect me to do it at the Glencoe, so I've never got myself mixed up with girls.
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Perhaps the sight of Colonel Carvel had brought before him too, vividly the memory of that afternoon at Glencoe.
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Do you remember that day when we were in the summer-house together at Glencoe, long ago?
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And then came your party, and Glencoe, and that curious incident at the Fair.
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Examples of Glencoe

Example #1
Go, disown the royal Stewart, for whom your father, and his fathers, and your mother's fathers, have crimsoned many a field with their blood.
Example #2
But, go-go-place your neck under him of Hanover's yoke, against whom every true Gael fought to the death.
Example #3
Yesterday was yesterday," answered Hamish, "and to-day is to-day.
Example #4
When the clans are crushed and confounded together, it is well and wise that their hatreds and their feuds should not survive their independence and their power.
Example #5
In the end of December he went to Colonel Hill, who commanded the garrison in Fort William, to take the oaths of allegiance to the government; and the latter having furnished him with a letter to Sir Colin Campbell, Sheriff of the county of Argyll, directed him to repair immediately to Inverary, to make his submission in a legal manner before that magistrate.
Example #6
In the August preceding, a proclamation had been issued, offering an indemnity to such insurgents as should take the oaths to the King and Queen, on or before the last day of December; and the chiefs of such tribes, as had been in arms for James, soon after took advantage of the proclamation.