|1728||25 miles away from Dover, England, Immortal Walter Reinhardt of Salzburg attacks the coach in which Duncan is journeying. Reinhardt senses the Buzz and mistakes a young passenger for an Immortal. He challenges him, but his mother pleads for him and Duncan quickly makes it clear that he is the Immortal to be challenged. He disarms Reinhardt and brings the coach safely home ("Revenge is Sweet").|
|1778||Japan, MacLeod coming to the aid of the samurai Hideo Koto after MacLeod is shipwrecked in Japan. When Hideo is forced to commit ritual hari kari by his feudal overlord for that crime, MacLeod serves as his second. He vows to Hideo he will always protect the Koto family and is bequeathed the dragon head katana sword he uses to this day. ("The Samurai").|
|1780||Duncan meets Kiem Sun again in China. Kiem Sun has managed to make a potion from the Kwanlo root and proudly stages a fight between two mortals to demonstrate its powers. Duncan disapprovingly watches as the two men attack each other without feeling fear nor pain. He stops it but can't prevent them from dying. Kiem Sun and him argue about the real usefulness of the root and Duncan realizes his friend is becoming obsessed with it ("The Road Not Taken").|
|1783||Duncan is the bodyguard of Baron Deshields, who negotiates a peace treaty with the French (presumably the Treaty of Paris). One night, a group of acrobats led by Immortal Kuyler entertain the society. But Kuyler kills Baron Deshields during a magic trick and disappears before Duncan can do anything ("For Evil's Sake").|
|1786||Duncan and Gabriel Piton celebrate Piton's successful stealing of the marquesa's pearls by spending the night in a brothel. At dawn, they have to fight the soldiers coming to recover the pearls and escape. ("Eye of the Beholder").|
Cornonelli's London map of 1689 and/or Felicia Martin’s copy of the map stands in the Duncan's shop in the episode Free Fall. This info comes from the Script. In the finished edit the dialogue is shorter. In the Script Duncan says to Felicia: "I've known Coronelli's work ever since... ever since I knew Coronelli!"