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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of C. B. Ponserby, Esq. of .Fiaoole AbeyTiperryto J~y, auhte oftle lteColonel La Tooche, idiltowo. Onthe 21st ult. at Arthur Seat,. Arthur Dingwall Fordyce, of Culsb, Esq. LL.I. aged 89. dera On the 26th of March, at Madeira, Anne Amelia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years ago now-he put to me the question, if I could recoin- mend to him "a steady guide to Arthur Seat." Another instance I recall of dutiful submission-it was to the dictation of the guide-books. A man in a considerable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT ABERDEEN. The Princess Beatrice, on behalf of the Queen. visited Aberdeen yesterday to open a public park at Arthur Seat, on D tesid ecnted to the town by Miss Duthie, and valued it o0 000. On arriving at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onet day iheli Miss fal I. o1 iiltotli tasiaccotl llinyitig ttloellotticto-ia itt her uilaril- hoc lie ilng wvalk out Arthur Seat, si-L called her oIajoety's attentioti hoe jy to tht icositiful Comittecy Ill tile distatit valley, alid cx- 1' c, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDLNBURHOC. Estaibliselic upwards of Fifty Years. Opposite the Scott ~onurnicnt, anul onusisandliug the best viewsof n the Gardens, Castle, Arthur Seat, & cof s D. McGREGOOR begs respectf slly to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and Tourists, tbst hoeing, taboo a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasurer to pay the expenses of a play, [ Ib. ] 193 Council consent to repair the dike around Arthur Seat, Salisbury, and Duddingston crags, [ Ib. ] 194 Three craftsmen found guilty of assault, [ Ib. ] 194 1554,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The difficulties of health reformers., 1884

    from it, except taking a short cut, and smoking cutty pipes, < fec, when the terraces and slopes of Arthur Seat are close at hand, it is impossible to conceive. Again, why are there no large public swimming baths in Subscribers-only content

    Catalogue of Industrial Department, 1869

    contortions of rocks, and Model to illustrate false bedding in rocks. Constructed by Mr H. C. Sorby. Model of Arthur Seat , by J. E. Wright , F.G.S. Case 609. Specimens showing the Art of Wood Engraving and its Brocesses. Subscribers-only content

    A plea for ragged schools, or, Prevention better than cure, 1847

    to it. Strolling one day with a friend among the romantic scenery of the Crags and green valleys round Arthur Seat , we came at length to St Anthony's Well , and sat down on the great black stone, to Subscribers-only content

    A plea for ragged schools, or, Prevention better than cure, 1847

    tures which distance presents,-dome, and spire, and antique piles of building, the Castle standing in the foreground, while Arthur Seat raises its lion-like back between the city and the sea,-the first object which attracts the eyes of a stranger is Subscribers-only content

    The difficulties of health reformers., 1884

    from it, except taking a short cut, and smoking cutty pipes, < fec, when the terraces and slopes of Arthur Seat are close at hand, it is impossible to conceive. Again, why are there no large public swimming baths in Subscribers-only content

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