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Image from page 10 of “Scottish pictures, drawn with pen and pencil” (1891)
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Title: Scottish pictures, drawn with pen and pencil
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Green, Samuel G. (Samuel Gosnell), 1822-1905
Subjects: Green, Samuel G. (Samuel Gosnell), 1822-1905
Publisher: [London] : The Religious Tract Society
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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al . 16S Balmoral 169 The Home Faim, Balmoral.. 170 Scene in the Grampians ; Stormy . 170 Linn of Dee …… 171 Bridge over Sluggan Water, near Braemar 172 The Cauldron ; Bullers of Buchan page 173 174176177180181 183 184 1S5187189 TO THE FAR NORTH. Sunday on the Northern Coast : Going HomeKirkabister Lighthouse …..St. Duthus Church, Tain …. Murrays Pulpit, Tain …. .\uUnagealgach, Sutherlandshire .Smoo Cave, near Durness; on the Norther Coast Suilven-Assynt, near Lochinver . Dunrobin Castle …… John oGroats ….. Badgall Bay, Edrachillis ; on the Western Coast 192 Handa Island : above Scourie Bay, Sutherlandshire 203 193 Orkney and Shetland Islands …. 205 193 Fair Isle ; the Sheep Craig . . . . 206 194 Fair Isle; Shcldrie Clifl …. 206 195 The Holm of Noss …… 207 Giants Leg,Noss, Shetland. . . . 208 196 The Drongs, Shetland ….. 2C9 198 Lerwick, Shetland …… 210 199 The Brough of Mousa . . . . .211 200 Cape Wrath ……. 214 202 Steamer among the Hebrides …. 215
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