Duncan's Itinerary of Scotland: With the Principal Roads to London, Copious Observations on Each Road, and an Appendix Containing Some Account of the Canals, Lakes, Mountains, Harbours, and Romantic Scenery, Deserving of the Traveller's Notice ; Embellished with a Correct Travelling Map of Scotland...
James Lumsden & Son, 1820 - 206 sidor
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1st Friday 1st Tues 1st Tuesday 1st Wed 1st Wednesday 2d Friday 2d Tues 2d Tuesday 2d Wednesday Aberd Aberdeen Argyle Banff Bank Bart Bart.—on beautiful Berwick Blairgowrie Boat Bridge cr Bridge—on Canal Carlisle Castle ruins Clyde continued County Craig Crieff Cromarty Cupar distance Douglas Dumfries Dundee Dunfermline Dunkeld Dunse Ecclefechan Edinburgh enter Falkirk feet Ferry Fife Fochabers Forfar Fort-Augustus Fort-William Fortrose Glasgow Glenluce Grange Grantown Greenock Hall Hamilton harbour Hill House House—2 Huntly Inverary Inverness island Kinross Kirk Lanark last Tues Leven little fur Loch Loch Oich Lomond m.bey Miles Mill Moffat Newton North OBSERVATIONS P. O. ib P. O. M. T. ib Park Peebles Perth Pinnace PLACES Port-Patrick Portnahaven Queensferry river road goes ruins—on seat side South Queensferry Stewart Stirling Stonehaven Stranraer take road Thurs Thursday Thurso Toll Trosachs Tyndrum Village Wednes Yawl
Sidan 80 - The moon on the east oriel shone Through slender shafts of shapely stone, By foliaged tracery combined; Thou wouldst have thought some fairy's hand 'Twixt poplars straight the osier wand In many a freakish knot had twined; Then framed a spell, when the work was done, And changed the willow wreaths to stone.
Sidan 80 - On the outside are a number of niches for statues; but whether any were ever placed there, is doubtful. The inside is divided into a middle and two side aisles, by seven columns on each side, supporting pointed arches ; and over them, in the middle aisle, which is higher than those on each side, is a row of windows. The roof, the capitals, key-stones, and architraves, are all covered with sculptures, representing flowers, foliage...
Sidan 83 - Attentive, then, to this informing lay, Read how he dictates, as he points the way. Trust not at first a quick advent'rous pace, Six miles its top points gradual from the base: Up the high rise with panting haste I pass'd, And gain'd the long laborious steep at last.