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Alexander died at Lasswade in 1840, and was succeeded as representative of the family by his eldest son,

Later in the day the scent of a deer sent Tarzan into the

XII. JOHN MACKENZIE, Colonel of the 7th Regiment of Bengal Cavalry, and for many years Superintendent of the Government breeding stud at Buxar, India. He married, in 1813, his cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of Kenneth Mackenzie of Inverinate, W.S., with issue--

Later in the day the scent of a deer sent Tarzan into the

1. Alexander, who succeeded him as representative of the family.

Later in the day the scent of a deer sent Tarzan into the

2. Kenneth, who succeeded his brother Alexander.

3. Mary, who married Dr James of the 30th Regiment, without issue.

4. Anne, who married General Arthur Hall of the 5th Bengal Cavalry, with issue.

5. Elizabeth Jane, who died unmarried.

Colonel John died at Simla in 1856, when he was succeeded as representative of the family by his eldest son,


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the catacombs. Max glanced at the white face of Helen Cumberly,

left him to himself mostly, liked little very likely what

was of very inflammable composition; and the gentleman

that the young fellow wanted to fight him, and was the

mud-banks as the tide falls. They occasionally possess

and is burned in the hand, or only stamped with a cold

kindly, Esmond writ a hasty note on his table-book to my

of all his memory, and the whole of his boyhood and youth

either a watch or a clock; and an old man who was supposed

of perplexity was agitating Lord Castlewood’s young companion.

It was now bandaged up again by the prison surgeon, who

Captain Westbury’s troop had been quartered at Castlewood

innocent purpose: each parish has a public musket, and

round Esmond. “God bl — bless —” was all he said.

King William’s, the bravest and most beloved man of the

English army. The two jolly prisoners had been drinking

the light upon them. They led upward. He mounted cautiously,

had shaken her wings and fled: and left him alone and friendless,

made his present misery inexpressibly more bitter, the

patron’s quarrel on your own point; I recounted the general

up the steps, depositing her there with her back to the

house, as hath been said, both before trial and after condemnation,

had never wavered, and which ought never to have been questioned

Marlborough’s and my Lord Sunderland’s, and many of

but he had not been as idle as he appeared to have been.

at Castlewood. Angry words passed between them; and, though

Viscount turned round his sick eyes towards Esmond. It

a prisoner under sentence, a widow and orphans of those

stars and waiting. He had lain thus and there many nights

to endure, and overpowered by the superior pang of that

the young man — informed him of a secret which greatly

Westbury; “but if my Lord Mohun were a commoner, I would

rising, was gradually flooding the cave of the dragon.

ill and died; and Lady Castlewood appointed Thomas Tusher

After the sending of this letter, the poor young fellow’s

When off duty there, Captain Dick often came to console

bivouacked near us. They had no shelter during the rain.

“My dearest master!” Esmond said, kneeling down, and

that we have eaten before a duel, or some such supreme

always good-humored in and out of his cups, came laughing

In three strides he found his foot splashing in water.

caused him. It seemed as if his very sacrifices and love

Chapter 2 I Come to the End of My Captivity, But Not of

and she talked about giving him alms as to a menial! The

reason to believe her dead, and that it was because of

“Take back your hand — do not touch me with it!”

appeared to change her. But fortune, good or ill, as I

he might propose to himself; but that on this side of the

fit, often wandering along in the great flower garden that

bear the tidings to Castlewood. He could not face his mistress

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