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Before long, the Baron, assisted by “Count Bunker,” must confront not only the spectral Wraith of the Tulliwuddles but also the double temptation of a romantic highland beauty and an alluring American heiress.
James Monroe lived at Highland, a plantation adjacent to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello until accumulated debts forced him to sell in 1825.
Highland gentlemen of every degree are mostly fond of Gillespie; while operatives from the Lowlands generally prefer plain Scotch.
Now, Highland regiments had fought in India for many a year before the Mutiny, and the kilt was no new thing in native eyes.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
Of the Highland regiment nearly half were either killed or desperately wounded.
A Highland sergeant looks sorrowfully on the dying warrior, while two lions sleep at his feet.
Further south the coasts close in abruptly, and the straits are like a long Highland loch.
The house of Micah was like a feudal castle; the Benjamite war was like the strife of Highland clans.
He landed near a road by the side of which a Highland battalion was resting and came to ground without mishap.
TAM O' THE SCOOTSEDGAR WALLACE
The Highland smiths did such rough iron work as was needed for rural purposes.

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