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THE SAINT-CLAIRS OF THE ISLES

BEING A HISTORY OF THE SEA-KINGS OF ORKNEY

AND THEIR SCOTTISH SUCCESSORS OF THE SURNAME OF SINCLAIR

ARRANGED AND ANNOTATED BY ROLAND WILLIAM SAINT-CLAIR

(ILLUSTRATIONS OMITTED)

Auckland, New Zealand, 1898

"Resistless seas
Surge round the storm-swept arcades.
Where erst Saint-Clair bore princely sway
O'er isle and islet, strait and bay,
Still nods their palace to its fall,
Thy pride and sorrow, fair Kirkwall."
by SIR WALTER SCOTT

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