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The highland smugglers. by. Fraser, James Baillie, 1783-1856.
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Duncan Innes is one of the men that was imprisoned with Jamie Fraser at Ardsmuir. Years after most of the prisoners had been sold to indenture in America, Jamie found Duncan starving in Edinburgh, for he was missing an arm and could not be hired to do work for a living. When Jamie's nephew, Ian, is captured by pirates, Duncan accompanies Jamie and his wife Claire to the Americas to rescue the boy, and he travels with them to the Royal Colony of North Carolina.
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Duncan & Fraser Limited was a vehicle manufacturing company founded in 1865 in Adelaide, South Australia that built horse-drawn carriages and horse trams, and subsequently bodies for trains, electric trams and motor cars, becoming one of the larg.
Duncan & Fraser Limited was a vehicle manufacturing company founded in 1865 in Adelaide, South Australia that built horse-drawn carriages and horse trams, and subsequently bodies for trains, electric trams and motor cars, becoming one of the largest carriage building companies in Australia.
Release Date:January 1978.
America is a smuggler nation. In Smuggler Nation, Peter Andreas recounts the well-worn story of American independence less as a lofty quest for freedom per se than as a struggle for freedom from onerous trade restrictions. Our long history of illicit imports has ranged from West Indies molasses and Dutch gunpowder in the 18th century. He points out that many of the important freedoms protected by the Constitution, though they owed their intellectual pedigree to Locke and Montesquieu, had their origin in the travails of colonial smugglers trying to get molasses or gunpowder or Madeira past British customs agents. -Eric Felten, The Wall Street Journal.