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From: "Séimí mac Liam" <>
Subject: Re: Mary Buchanan McRobert of Stranraer, Scotland (from about 1774 to about 1855)
Date: 3 Mar 2003 18:31:52 GMT
References: <3e5d70c4.46710781@ca.news.verio.net> <3e5fab95.17297968@ca.news.verio.net> <pr706vocam3edqulvddkgrhsgla8t7bmp0@4ax.com> <3e603dea.5675359@ca.news.verio.net> <67Ma9HBnM5Y+EwU5@lachiemacq.demon.co.uk>


Lachie Macquarie <> wrote in
news:67Ma9HBnM5Y+:

> Capturing in this missive, the sparing prose of Rambaud,
> <> and displaying the suave and
> sophisticated disposition of Archibald Leach, Sam Sloan
> <> sgrobh,
>>On Sat, 01 Mar 2003 02:59:06 GMT, wrote:
>>
>>>On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 18:36:46 GMT, I read these words from
>>> (Sam Sloan) :
>>>
>>Of those few who have escaped their clutches, none have retained their
>>sanity and are now confined to institutions, constantly visited by
>>horrors in the night as their tortured minds re-visit their hours,
>>days and months when they were held captive by "The MacRoberts of
>>Gruinard".
>>
>>-----------------
>>Of course, now that you know that I am one of them, although you claim
>>on your website that only five are still alive, I would like to know
>>to what extent your website is a joke or is based on actual historical
>>events.
>
>
> The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God,
> bless her and all who sail in her.

I came away fine, I really did<twitch> <blink> except for this compulsion
to visit Georgia every two years.

--

Saint Sim mac Liam
Carriagemaker to the court of Queen Maeve
Prophet of The Great Tagger
Canonized December '99


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