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With the resources at his command, and the opportunities then offered, it is to be deplored that a more complete his- tory was not published. Charles Hope MacLean was persuaded into its pub- lication by the author and against the will of his father. The name of the author has long been kept a secret by the Ardgour family, but in was revealed by the publication, at Columbus, Ohio,"]" of a short account of the life of the author. The author was related to the Clan MacLean through his wife, who was of both the Brolass and Kingerloch families.

Library catalogue record. The physical item used to create this digital version is out of copyright. MacLean, J. Letters of John Achinross and Sir Lach In matters of moment he was knowing, discreet, and secretive, in consequence of which he was much trusted and depended upon by his friends. He was honest, sincere, and steady, far above the arts of hypocrisy, and never departed from the rules of honor ancLprobity.

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Sir Hector MacLean died without issue, never having been married. In him occurred the third break of the line of chieftains, and the first failure in the family of the chieftains. It is befitting that such should be the case.

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The clans were no more ; the last effort had been made for the house of Stuart, and the oppression of the clansmen was being carried on with great violence, which was to end in cruel evictions, the recital of which brings sorrow and sadness of heart. The whole line of chieftains were much respected in their country, loved by their friends, feared by their enemies, never betrayed their trust, and whose peculiar characteristic was more brave than politic.

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He also attended Dalhousie at the same time, studying chemistry, political economy, natural philosophy, moral philosophy, and metaphysics. Afterwards, he became the pastor of Springville and Sunny Brae.

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In , MacLean Sinclair travelled to Scotland for four months to become more familiar with his roots. From an early age, MacLean Sinclair was heavily influenced by Gaelic culture and his Scottish background. It was his grandfather and his mother whom he developed his intense interest in Gaelic literature and language, so much so that his services were conducted in both English and Gaelic.

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His mother would take care of his home until he was married in It is almost impossible to conceive that such a rare collection of valuable books could be met with in such an out-of-the-way place. I believe his collection of Celtic works is the best private one on the American Continent, and a very few indeed surpass it even at home. In , he married Mary Ann Campbell. Both were very affectionate to one another.

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He was adamant that the children speak Gaelic in the home as he wanted to preserve the language and traditions that his mother and grandfather passed down to him. He would publish seventeen books: thirteen volumes of Gaelic poetry, three on clan history, and one on the Peoples and Languages of the World In , Maclean Sinclair was offered a position as a Celtic lecturer at St. He settled in Hopewell, Pictou County as it was in between both schools. In the same year, he was named an honorary fellow of the Gaelic Society of Canada.

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In , Maclean Sinclair retired from lecturing when he was seventy-two. In , he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Dalhousie University. In , he celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination.

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