The Trial of Patrick Sellar (Strathnaver

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This second part of "The Strathnaver Trilogy" describes the fulfilment of the anti-Gaelic, anti-Mackay policy of the House of Sutherland, under which the entire population of the north-west of Scotland was displaced in what became known as the "Clearances". The principal agent of the Duchess of Sutherland in this early version of "ethnic cleansing" was Patrick Sellar, who was actually brought to trial in 1816 on charges which included culpable homicide, but was acquitted.

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