The exodus of an historic race from the land of its fathers must always be a subject of some interest. And in the following pages an effort has been made to give a short narrative account of the emigration of the Macdonells of (llengarry to Canada a little more than a century ago. Some biographical and other details relating to the subject have been treated of incidentally, and it is hoped that the little historical study will commend itself to those concerned in clan ship, and in the social effects remotely brought about by the '45. The writer begs to express his obligations to Professor A. Macdonell of Corpus Christi College. Oxford, Alex. Macdonell, Esq., k.c., of Greenfield, Ontario, and the Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval, for supplying several valuable items of information, which, but for their kind assistance, would not have.