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29 May 2012
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Jasabel Buchanan, an indentured lady’s maid to the rich Governor’s daughter, is taken prisoner when the ship on which they sail is seized by pirates led by Captain Neil Devlin. Sent into bondage because of his Jacobite loyalties, Devlin escaped to become the terror of the English colonies. When he abducts his former owner’s daughter, he doesn’t expect his reaction to her captivating lady’s maid. But amongst old injustices an evil lurks, and before she can be free, Jasabel must decide if she dares to love a pirate. Isbn: 978-1-4357-1405-2 www.SusanneSaville**** genre: Pirate Historical Romance
30 Sep 2008
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Chiddingstone Castle is a treat to visit, with its remarkable collections of Japanese, Egyptian, Jacobite and Buddhist artefacts, housed in an historic mansion, surrounded by 40 acres of landscaped grounds. Follow us on Twitter at *******www.Twitter****/KentTV
17 Nov 2009
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Procession of a Malakara Jacobite Syriac Orthodox Church in Kerala
16 Jun 2010
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Take a tour of Isle of Skye in Scotland, United Kingdom – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. On the eastern coast of the island, the town of Portree looks towards mainland Scotland. The majestic Isle of Skye, off the Scottish west coast, is a national highlight. There is nowhere in the world quite like it, this island is full of wonders. There is the gray, rocky face of the so-called Old Man of Storr. The Kilt Rock, on the coast, is so known for its patterns which resemble clan tartans. You can visit the grave of the famous Scottish Jacobite, heroine Flora MacDonald. From Uig, visitors can take ferries out to the more distant islands of the Outer Hebrides.
4 Nov 2010
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Hidden Honeymoon Gems - Isle of Skye, Scotland - part of the weddings video series by GeoBeats. On the eastern coast of the island, the town of Portree looks towards mainland Scotland. The majestic Isle of Skye, off the Scottish west coast, is a honeymooners paradise. There is nowhere in the world quite like it, this island is full of wonders. There is the gray, rocky face of the so-called Old Man of Storr. The Kilt Rock, on the coast, is so known for its patterns which resemble clan tartans. You can visit the grave of the famous Scottish Jacobite, heroine Flora MacDonald. From Uig, visitors can take ferries out to the more distant islands of the Outer Hebrides.
20 Apr 2011
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sundarikalil adhi sundari nee jaathikalin soonu nrupathy salomon vimala sabhe,ninne lalippu.. nin adharangal madhu varshikkunnu vasana sugandham neesan kusuma samam
22 Jul 2010
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Trailer for audiovisual film at National Trust For Scotland's new Culloden Battlefield Experience. A dramatic reconstruction of the Battle of Culloden, the last battle fought on British soil on 16th April 1746 between the Jacobite supporters of Bonnie Prince Charlie and The British Army of George II. Directed by Craig Collinson & Produced by Nobles Gate.
21 Aug 2008
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2nd part-Holy Qurbana celeberated by H.B.Basalious Thomas -I at St.John the baptist Jacobite Syrian Church,South Paravoor.
30 Aug 2008
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ST.MARYS JACOBITE SYRIAN CHURCH SINGAPORE CELEBRATING ITS 8 NOMBU PERUNNAL 07/09/2008
13 Sep 2008
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His Beatitude Basaliose Thomas 1, the Catholicose of the Jacobite Syrian Orhodox Church of Kerala giving an interview to Sivan Muhamma, Director of of the Kairali TV, USA, at the home of Dr. Roy P Thomas in Chicago.
19 Jan 2009
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Vikram Bhatt's upcoming movie 'Three' with co-stars Ashish Chowdhry & Akshay Kapoor. The video shows the main location of Inverness, Urquart Castle, on Loch Ness (Jacobite Tours boat) and Loch Ness Side. See my behind the scenes set photos here: *******www.flickr****/photos/aaron-sneddon/sets/72157616565637191/ I would say, that if this movie was in English, it would do very very well in the UK, just hope that a dubbed version comes out soon. The team worked hard to create the movie, impressive since only 1 camera (Arriflex 435 es 35mm) was brought from India, 1 Jibe and the cast were all very down to earth, what a fantastic movie!
7 Sep 2009
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Sheila's official video for this 1989/90 release. It's a somewhat Indianized version of the song "MacCrimmon's Lament." Below is background info and lyrics for the song: According to Hopekirk, this melody was composed in 1745 on the departure of Donald MacCrimmon by his sister. Another legend has it that Donald MacCrimmon had a premonition of his death and composed the tune the night before he died and that his sister later wrote the words. Donald MacCrimmon is said to have been killed in a skirmish in 1746 at the Rout of Moy during the last Jacobite Uprising. The MacCrimmons were famous pipers and the hereditary pipers of the Clan MacLeod. MacCRIMMON'S LAMENT (with appreciation to mkm576) Doun Coullin's peaks the night is sailin' The banshee crouns her note o' wailin' Bit my blue een wi' sorrow are streamin' For him that will never return - MacCrimmon (Chorus) No more, no more, no more forever In war nor in peace shall return MacCrimmon Till daws the great day o doul an burnin' MacCrimmon is home no more returnin' The breeze on the braes is mournfully moanin' The brook in the hallow is plaintively mournin' Bit my blue een wi' sorrow are streamin' For him that will never return -- MacCrimmon (Chorus) Its dirges of woe the sea is sighing, The boat under sail unmov'd is lying; The voice of waves in sadness dying Say, thou art away and ne'er returnest. Chorus We'll see no more MacCrimmon's returning In peace nor in war is he returning Till dawns the great day of woe and burning, For him, there's no more returning. *******www***ntemplator****/scotland/maclamnt.html *******www.geocities****/heartland/lane/2230/bay.html
15 Jun 2010
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John Charles McDermott, Scottish-Canadian tenor. Loch Lomond is a well-known traditional Scottish song. It was first published in 1841 in Vocal Melodies of Scotland. Loch Lomond is a large Scottish loch located between the traditional counties of Dunbartonshire and Stirlingshire. There are many theories about the meaning of the song. One interpretation is that it is attributed to a Jacobite Highlander who was captured after the 1745 rising. The English played games with the Jacobites, and said that one of them could live and one would die. This is sung by the one who was sentenced to die, the low road referred to being the passage to the underworld. Some believe that this version is written to a lover who lived near the loch. By yon bonnie banks and by yon bonnie braes Where the sun shines bright on Loch Lomond Where me and my true love will ne-er meet again (alternate: Where me and my true love were ever lak/wont to gae) On the bonnie, bonnie banks o Loch Lomon'. O yell tak the high road and Ill tak the low road And Ill be in Scotland afore ye But me and my true love will ne-er meet again On the bonnie, bonnie banks o Loch Lomon'. Twas there that we parted in yon shady glen On the steep, steep sides o Ben Lomon' Where in purple hue, the hielan hills we view And the moon comin out in the gloamin. O yell tak the high road and Ill tak the low road And Ill be in Scotland afore ye But me and my true love will ne-er meet again On the bonnie, bonnie banks o Loch Lomon'. The wee birdies sing and the wild flowers spring And in sunshine the waters are sleeping But the broken heart, it kens nae second spring again Tho the waeful may cease frae their greetin'. (alternate: Tho' the world knows not how we are grieving. O yell tak the high road and Ill tak the low road And Ill be in Scotland afore ye But me and my true love will ne-er meet again On the bonnie, bonnie banks o Loch Lomon'.
21 Dec 2010
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Official music video of the stand out track from the 1996 album Tunes Of War. Lyrics: The clans are marching against the law Bagpipers play the tunes of war Death or glory I will find Rebellion on my mind Rumors know that rebellion will break out Bonnie Prince Charles is in the highlands To claim his crown no doubt He raised his Standart at Glenfinnen Calling to our pride The Jacobites are gathering I'll be at their side Armed and ready stand My rights I must defend Steel is in my hand The clans are marching against the law Bagpipers play the tunes of war Death or glory I will find Rebellion on my mind The town of Edinburgh fell soon in our hands Defeated the English at the Battle of Prestopans Armed and ready stand My rights I must defend Steel is in my hand The clans are marching against the law Bagpipers play the tunes of war Death or glory I will find Rebellion on my mind
9 Mar 2012
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Watch "Driving in My Car" *******bit.ly/19duk0p We're on Amazon! *******amzn.to/18JmBFf Free rhymes galore! *******www.mothergooseclub**** Check out our multiple award-winning DVD: *******www.mothergooseclub****/store.php Subscribe! *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=sockeyemedia Join us on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/mothergooseclub Watch more videos on our channel: *******www.youtube****/user/SockeyeMedia Follow us on Twitter: *******twitter****/#!/mothergooseclub A big thanks to all of our fans out there big and small! Buy our nursery rhyme songs: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B004YCO5OM/ *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B004YCOWJK/ Historical Background: With Scottish origins, the extended version of "Wee Willie Winkie" was authored by William Miller (1810 -- 1872), and first published in 1841 in "Whistle-binkie: Stories for the Fireside." It is suggested that Miller used the first verse as a starting point and then wrote additional verses. The first verse was published in "Nursery Rhymes, Tales and Jingles," published in 1844, and "The Cries of Banbury and London," which is believed to have appeared earlier. Although the character "Wee Willie Winkie" is widely known as a personification for sleep, the character has also been linked to William III, king of England, Ireland, and Scotland during the seventeenth century. Seen in Jacobite songs, "Willie Winkie" was a nickname for William. According to Robert L. Ripley, the rhyme is about that king. Download a printable coloring page for Wee Willie Winkie (just click print): *******mothergooseclub****/rhymes.php?cat=action&id=163 Listen to a narration of Wee Willie Winkie: *******mothergooseclub****/rhymes.php?cat=action&id=163 "Wee Willie Winkie" lyrics: Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town, Upstairs and downstairs, in his nightgown; Rapping at the window, crying through the lock, "Are the children in their beds? Now it's eight o'clock." For other versions of this song: *******mothergooseclub****/rhymes_parent.php?id=163
23 Oct 2013
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