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CHAPTER 21. THE FLIGHT IN THE HEATHER: THE HEUGH OF CORRYNAKIEGH (continued)
"Well, and it is a good thing for the honour of the Maccolls," said Alan, and then to me, "Here is my button back again, and I thank you for parting with it, which is of a piece with all your friendships to me." Then he took the warmest parting of the bouman. "For," says he, "ye have done very well by me, and set your neck at a venture, and I will always give you the name of a good man."
Lastly, the bouman took himself off by one way; and Alan I (getting our chattels together) struck into another to resume our flight.
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