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MAC LEAN PROVERBS. Cloionn Ghilleathain s na Seanfhacail.Cha n eil e idir na ioghnadh gu'm fine cho gaisgeil agus ainmeil ri Cloinn Ghilleathain air chuimhne anns na sean-fhacail. So iad mata, math is ole: Spagadagliog Chlann Donuill agus leom LeathanaichMacdonald swagger and Maclean airs. Leathanach gun bhosd, Donullach gun tapadh, agus Caimbeulach gun mhorchuis(Rare things) a Maclean without boasting, a Macdonald without activity, or a Campbell without pride. An t-uasal Leathanach s an ceatharnach RaonalachThe Macleans proud and the Clan Ranald courageous. Ged tha mi bochd tha mi uasal; buidheachas do Dhia is ann de Chlann 111 Eathain miThough I am poor I am proud; thank God I am a Maclean. Mar mhadadh ag ol eanraich tha ainmean Chlann 111 Eathain Eachunn, Lachunn, TearlachLike a dog lapping soup the names of the MacleansEachunn, Lachunn, Tearlach (Hector, Lachlan, Charles). Mac 111 Eathain lamh-fhadach, Mac Shimidh ball-dubh, s Mac Ille Chaluim camachasachLong-handed Macleans, black-spotted Fraser, and bandy-legged Macleod (of Raasay). (4)
62 INDEX. PAGE. Dr. Macleans birth and lineage, . . . . . .5 11 is education and scholarship, ...... 6 His views respecting the study of Greek and Latin, . . .7 The Glasgow Chemical Society, ...... 8 Papers read before this Society by Dr. M., . . . . *9 Attends Lectures on Anatomy, Theory and Practice of Physic, &c., at the University of Glasgow, ...... 10 Repairs to Edinburgh, Drs. Cullen and Black, . . . .11 Goes to London and to Paris, to prosecute his studies in these cities, . 12 Returns to Glasgow, . . . . . 12 Made a member of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, . . 13 At Paris, when Lavoisier, Berthollet, Fourcroy, and other eminent culti- vators of Chemical Science, were at the height of their reputation, . 13 Dr. Maclean, a proficient in the French language, . . .13 His purpose to leave Scotland for this country given up for a time, Mrs. Grant of Laggan, and Mrs. George Macintosh, . 14 Dr. Maclean, a republican in sentiment, his guardian, Mr. Macintosh, a staunch loyalist.Their different views did not influence in the least their friendly relations, . . . . .15 The generous and Christian …
MacLean Bibliography. 187 . Irene Viesca. San Antonio, 1886. 120 cl. 548 pp. McLane (William W., Ph. D., D. D.). Evolution in Religion. Boston, 1892. 120 cl. 266 pp. . The Cross in the Light of Today. Philadelphia, 1883. 120 cl. 249 pp. McLain (Mary W.). Wedding Garments. Neiv York 1875, 120 cl. 265 pp. McLain (John S.). Alaska and the Klondike. Nezv York, 1905, 120 cl. 330 pp. McLain (Robert Baird). Contribution to Neotropical Herpe- tology. Wheeling, W. Va., 1899, 8 pa. 5 pp. -------. Critical Notes on a Collection of Reptiles. Wheeling, W. Va., 1899. 8 13 pp. ------. Notes on a Collection of Reptiles. Wheeling, W. Va., 1899, 8 pa. 5 pp. McLean (Rev. Alexander). East Palestine. Tri-Centenary of the Scottish Reformation. Guelph, 1861, 8 pa. 104 pp. McLean (Alison). Paul Heriots Pictures. London, 1895. 120 cl. 308 pp. -------. Quiet Stones from an …
Marion Elsie MacLean is a member of the MacLean Family.