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The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale is a book by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, focusing upon the conflict between two brothers, Scottish noblemen whose family is torn apart by the Jacobite rising of 1745

The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale is a book by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, focusing upon the conflict between two brothers, Scottish noblemen whose family is torn apart by the Jacobite rising of 1745. He worked on the book in Tautira after his health was restored.

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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Master of Ballantrae, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Title: The Master of Ballantrae A Winter's Tale. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at ww. utenberg. Author: Robert Louis Stevenson. Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII)

The Master of Ballantrae. by Robert Louis Stevenson For near forty years Land Steward on the estates of his Lordship.

The Master of Ballantrae. by Robert Louis Stevenson. To Sir Percy Florence and Lady Shelley. Here is a tale which extends over many years and travels into many countries. M'Brair answered, that the papers in question were all in Mackellar's own hand, all (as the writer understood) of a purely narrative character; and besides, said he, 'I am bound not to open them before the year 1889. For near forty years Land Steward on the estates of his Lordship.

Ardstinchar had a very short bed and if you were taller than 5 " your feet would be dangling out of the bed, our guests saw the bed and immediately looked around the room for the real grown up bed thinking this was for children. They really differ only in their location within the building, and their view, with many of the upper rooms having fantastic sea and coastal views and a few ground floor rooms having garden views only. All of our rooms are reasonably large – but some of them are vast.

James, Master of Ballantrae and his father’s heir, won the toss of a coin and elected to join the Stuart cause. Burke described his association with James and their adventures after leaving Scotland. The younger son, Henry, stayed at Durrisdeer. By this means, it was hoped by their shrewd old father that either way the struggle went, the family estate would remain intact. Word of the defeat of the Scottish forces at Culloden and the news of James’s death came soon after. The ship on which they escaped was boarded by pirates, and James and Burke were taken aboard the pirate ship. The pirates, under the leadership of Teach, their captain, were a drunken, incompetent, and ignorant lot.

Ballantrae is a community in Carrick, South Ayrshire, Scotland. The name probably comes from the Scottish Gaelic Baile na Tràgha, meaning the "town by the beach". Ballantrae has a Primary school. The beach consists of shingle and sand and offers views of Ailsa Craig, the Arran and Kintyre

For near forty years Land Steward on the estates of his Lordship.

Yes, the lamentable deaths of my Lord Durrisdeer and his brother, the Master of Ballantrae (attainted in the troubles)," said Mr. Thomson with something the tone of a man quoting. As Mr. Thomson is a married man, I will not say what hour had struck when we laid down the last of the following pages; but I will give a few words of what ensued.

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The Masters of Ballantrae: The Ardstinchar and Glenapp Estates and Their Owners (Monograph Series) download epub
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Author: Jack Hunter
ISBN: 0954225392
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Ayrshire Archaeological & Natural History Society (April 2, 2009)
Pages: 30 pages