Excerpt from The Memoirs of Major Edward M'gauran, Vol. 1 of 3: Grandson of Colonel Bryan M'gauran, Baron M'gauran of Talaha, in the County of Cavan, in the Kingdom of Ireland, an Ensign in General Loudon's Austrian Regiment of Foot
This her J's/lajefiy accordingly did and by... detaining the wanderer (who from hence forward became a favourite) at Court, till her orders, Wth were, that the lady lhould retire into a convent during the war, were exe cured.
When General Hamilton died, he left his fortune, which amounted to about ten thou fand pounds fierling, to his two nephews, making the eldeli the adminiflrator to his will. But I believe that what Count John received of it, fell very ibort of what he was entitled to. His brother Connel was too fond of parade and olientation to be able to part with much of it.
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