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A Vindication Of The Proceedings Of The Convention Of The States In Scotland (Newspaper) - March 4, 1889, London, Middlesex ( "3 ) Burnt. 9). CONTINUATION Of the PROCEEDINGS SCOTLAND TU'cenfDb stiff Gntttb atcojWns to a>?5et. From CUeftjS? March 4. ro %\Xli^ March 1 r. deen), having been credibly inforcr/d, Edinburgh, March 1. 1690. That thtre was a Meeting of fome Gentlemen at the Lcrd 0 upturn's 'Pon the Difcovery that was Houfe in Bachan, where they were ro made of feveral difaffeded fign a Bond of Aflbciation againft the Perfons to the Government, Government, he marched with that and of the.Correfpondence Expedition and Secrecy at the Head that was enterfjin'd b;twixc Them of a Troop^of Dragoons, that he came aad the pablick Enemies thereof 5 and furrounded the Houfe where they which has appeared more fully by the were affembled, before tbey had any intercepted Letters that Strachan had fufpicion or notice of his Defign that brought from Inland, and were read way 5 and feiz'd on them to fuddenly, in Council 3 Orders have been ifiued that they had not time to ftcureor forth to apprehend thole that were hide their Papers. Tis faid, 'Tbatjie thought moft obnoxious* 5 and amongft has taken the very Original P^per of others, a Party was detarch'd out of the Afifociatioc, figned byabcu; 400 Collonel Ran/a/* Regiment from Hands, and many other Papers of Aberdeen , under the Command of a very dangerous Coofrquerce tothofe Captain, with Orders to march about who are concern'd in them. My Lord twenty.four mil'-'S towards the North, Oiyphant himfelf, and all theGentlc-ro meet the Countefs of Arrol elder, men that were found with him, are ~(\a whom Letters from the late King taken into Cuftody, and are on their were intercepted), and to bring her March , with a ftrpng Guard , hi* Prifoner to Aberdeen ; which was ac- ther. cordingly done, and wirh Her was ta- This day there came into Brunt-ken one Father Gordon a Prieft. The ijland a Ship from London, belonging Lady is on tier way hither \ but Gor- to the Town of Dundee, which had dm the Prieft, with one Mr. Aber- fome Barrels of Powder and Shot on crowby, and four more, continue at Board, and a great number of Mat-Aberdeen, tocks, Shovels, and fuch-like Inftru- We have juft now received certain menrs, which was fufpe&ed to be de-Informa'iop, That Captain Hay, my figo'd for King James 5 whereupon Lord Tejhr's ftcond Son (for the pre- the Matter was apprehended, and, lent commanding in the Town of with the help of fome Soldiers who Bamf3 about thirty miles beyond Ater- afXifted the Ring's Waiters, the Ship E c e e e was
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