There was one darling wish of his heart that clung to him for many a day, which certainly it was not very easy to gratify. These little figures he stuck on the end of a staff or cane, which, as he walked about, he held up to public view. James Robertson, of Kincraigie, in Perthshire, was a gentleman by birth. He was a determined Jacobite, and had been engaged in the Rebellion of , for which he was confined in the Tolbooth of Edinburgh. His enemies, or such as he believed to be such, were always done in a style of the most ridiculous caricature. One morning two soldiers of the Town-Guard appeared in his apartment in the prison, and informed him that they had come to escort him to the Justiciary Court, where the Judges were assembled, and waiting for his presence, that they might proceed with his trial for high treason. By this prudent measure his property was preserved against any attempts which might be made by designing persons, and an adequate yearly allowance was provided for his support. In the event you don't have an account with any of these companies then you can create an account with Disqus.
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