X: 1 T: Captain Carswell M: 4/4 L: 1/16 R: Pipe March K: Ador G2 | A4 A3B A4 B3d | e3d Bd3 e3d B3A | G3A B3A B4 G3B | d3e dB3 e4 d2 || B2 | A4 A3B A4 B3d | e3d Bd3 e3d B3A | G4 A3B e4 d3B | e4 d3B A4 A2 |] d2 | e3f ed3 e4 a4 | g3e fd3 e4 d3B | d3B G3B d4 B3d | e3d B3d d4 B2 || d2 | e3f ed3 e4 a4 | g3e fd3 e4 d3B | G4 A3B e4 d3B | e4 d3B A4 A2 |]
CAPTAIN CARSWELL. Scottish, Retreat March (2/4 time). A Dorian. Standard tuning (fiddle). ABCD. Composed by Pipe Major William Lawrie  (1881-1916), of the 8th Argyllshire Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, composer of a number of excellent tunes (many of which are part of the core piping repertoire). He became ill while fighting with his unit in France in World War I and was invalided back to England, but did not recover. A "Captain Carswell" is listed as an alternate title for the Irish air "Ned of the Hill (1)" on the Tannahill Weavers album "Capernaum" (1979), but "Ned" is obviously a different tune than Lawrie's air, and the Weaver's source for the connection is not known.