The Rev. Mr. Macdougall, minister of the parishes of Lochgoilhead and Kilmorich, in Argyleshire, described the people of that part of the country, about the year 1760, as miserable beyond description. He says, "Indolence was almost the only comfort they enjoyed.
He had a wife ance; she's dead and buried in Kilmorich; noo he's doited on his hame and his dochter " "The charming Olivia!" cried Count Victor, thinking in one detail at all events to surprise this little custodian of all the secrets. "Ye met her last night," said Mungo, calmly, seeming to enjoy the rapidity with which his proofs of omniscience could be put forth. "That's half the secret.
Turn now in another direction. At the head of Loch Fyne, near Dunderar, the grim tower of the Macnaughtons which, from some decorations on it, looks hugely like as if it had been built in the seventeenth century with the stones of an old church we find a tuft of trees with a dyke round it, called Kilmorich.