��KINGSBURGH TO OUN VEGAN.
��should not remain here too long. He said, ' Let the poor man repose himself after his fatigues ! and as for me, I care not, though they take off this old grey head ten or eleven years sooner than I should die in the course of nature.' lie then wrapped himself in the bed-clothes, and again fell fast asleep." That same afternoon the two fugitives set off for Portree, where the Prince took boat for Kaasay.
��DUNVKGAN CASTLE (SEPTEMBER 13-21).
Had our travellers ridden the whole distance from Kingsburgh to Dunvegan they would have travelled a weary way in rounding
���THE FEKRY TO KINCSUURC.il.
��Lochs Snizort and Grishinish. But they sent their horses by land to a point on the other shore of the further loch, and crossed over themselves in Macdonald of Kingsburgh's boat. " When," said Johnson, "we take into computation* what we have saved and what we have gained by this agreeable sail, it is a great deal." They had still some miles of dreary riding through the most melancholy of moorlands. There were no roads or even paths. " A guide," writes Boswell, " explored the way, much in the same manner as, I suppose, is pursued in the wilcls of America, by observing certain marks known only to the inhabitants." In some places the ground