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“ A Jacobite Proctor, having intruded into a convivial meeting of Whigs, they tendered him the health of King George, which, for fear of the treason law, he was fain to drink upon his knees. ” Oxford and Her Colleges, - Goldwin Smith.
“ Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, the crafty old Jacobite who took part in the rising of 1745 and who was executed on Tower Hill in 1747, was a smoker. ” The Social History of Smoking, - G. L. Apperson.

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