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THE BATTLE OF SHERIFF-MUIK. 159
Except Sandy Baird, and Naughtan the laird, as Their horse shaw'd their heels to them a', man. And we ran, fyc.~\
Brave Mar and Panmure were firm, I am sure:
The latter was kidnapt awa, man; With brisk men about, brave Harry retook
His brother, and laugh'd at them a', man. s> And we ran, fyc.
Brave Marshall, and Lithgow, and Glengary's pith, too, Assisted by brave Loggia, man, And Gordons the bright, so boldly did fight, That the redcoats took flight and awa, man. And we ran, fyc.
Strathmore and Clanronald cried still, " Advance, Donald,"                                                              3s
Till both of these heroes did fa', man; F'or there was such hashing, and broad swords a-clashing, Brave Forfar himsel got a claw, man. And we ran, fyc.
27-30. James, Earl of Panmure. The Honourable Harry Manle of Kellie, brother to the foregoing, whom he recap­tured after the engagement.
31-4. The Earls of Marisehal and Linlithgow. The Chief of Glengary. Thomas Drummond of Logie Almond.
35-8. The Earl of Strathmore, killed in the battle. The Chief of Clanranald. The Earl of Forfar—on the King's side—wounded in the engagement.







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