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In the evening of the 27th July 1689, Donald McBane, a Scottish government soldier fleeing the Highlanders after the Battle of Killiecrankie, is said to have jumped across the River Garry here, to escape pursuing Jacobite Highlanders - a leap of about 18 ft or 5m.
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