2 edition of diary of Dugald Buchanan who died at Ranoch in 1768 found in the catalog.
diary of Dugald Buchanan who died at Ranoch in 1768
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BUCHANAN, DUGALD (–), Gaelic poet, was born at the mill of Ardoch in the valley of Strathtyre and parish of Balquihidder, Perthshire, in After conducting a small school in a hamlet in his native county, he procured, inthe situation of schoolmaster and catechist at Kinloch Rannoch in the parish of Fortingale, on the ,_Dugald_(DNB00).
BUCHANAN, DUGALD, a Highland poet of eminent merit, was born, in the early part of the eighteenth century, in the parish of Balquhidder, Perthshire.
In early youth he is said to have been of a dissolute character; but little is known of him till he was found keeping a small school in a hamlet of his native country, and in possession of much The Downfall Of Prempeh: A Diary Of Life With The Native Levy In Ashanti [Baden-Powell, George, Baron Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powe, Sir George Smyth Baden-Powell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Downfall Of Prempeh: A Diary Of Life With The Native Levy In Ashanti The life and conversion of Dugald Buchanan, who died at Rannach in(Edinburgh, J. Grant, ), by Dugald Buchanan (page images at HathiTrust) Songs and hymns of the Gael: with translations and music and an introduction / (Stirling: E.
Mackay, ), by DUGALD BUCHANAN was born at Ardoch, Strathyre, Perthshire, in He was a relative, and, in early life, a contemporary, of the famous Rob Roy. His father, a miller and farmer, was a religious man. His mother, Janet Ferguson, was an intelligent and pious woman.
She died when Dugald The Life, Conversion, and Spiritual Hymns of Dugald Buchanan. H.B. Published in Who died at Rannach in (Written by Himself) 6 Chapters and 8 Hymns.
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