|Sir Allan Maclean, 3rd Baronet||Father:
Sir Lachlan Maclean, 1st Baronet
Hector Mor Maclean
Hector Og Maclean
Janet Mackenzie of Kintail
Sir Roderick MacLeod
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“Our ancestors ... possessed a right, which nature has given to all men, of departing from the country in which chance, not choice has placed them.”
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“I have often felt as though I had inherited all the defiance and all the passions with which our ancestors defended their Temple and could gladly sacrifice my life for one great moment in history. And at the same time I always felt so helpless and incapable of expressing these ardent passions even by a word or a poem.”
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