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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 3rd September 1842

    the edge of the sea, - commanding a splendid view of the Forth, the Isle of May , The Bass Rock , & Edinburgh. The grounds are charming, being hill, & dale, & wood. The house is quite new, having

    Thursday 1st September 1842

    fog; on the other side was May Island , where it is said Macduff held out against Macbeth; the Bass Rock , was behind us. After 8 we arrived at Granton Pier, where stood the Duke of Buccleuch, Sir Robert

    Thursday 15th September 1842

    Next, we passed Tanbutton Castle , a fine old ruin on the coast. We also saw, nearly opposite, the Bass Rock , entirely covered with Seagulls & Soland Geese, which swarm in thousands, quite whitening it's sides. Passed the famous

    Friday 30th August 1850

    with the Calton Hill , the Bay stretching out before it, with the Island of Inchquill , & the Bass Rock , quite in the distance, rising behind the coast line lay before us. Unfortunately, it was a little foggy

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    , barony of Bartely , Gerrit Bartholomew , Thomas Barton , Benjamin Noel Barts , Christian Basemburg , Heer Bass Rock , the buildings on the removal of guns from Bassett , Sir William Bastiaans , Jacob Bastide , Germain Subscribers-only content

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    390). The Scottish Warrants (p. 399 seq .) are nearly all for personal appointments. The wild geese on the Bass Rock are apparently a source of profit and enjoyed by Lord Alexander Hay (p. 402). The Order of the Thistle Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Mr. John Barton , Benjamin Edward Elizabeth Nathaniel Barum ? (Devon) Baselli , John Baptist Basingstoke Baskerville , Mr. Bass Rock , the garrison at Bassett , John Mr. Sir Richard Roger Thomas William, junior senior Bastians , Ary Bastide Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 November 1691-31 December 1692

    Richard, Earl of Bartels , Gerret Bartman , Mr. Bartlett , Mr. Baruch , Isaac Motes Baskerville , Anthony Bass Rock , the, garrison at Isle of Lieutenant of the Bassa , Hali Bassett , Mr. Bassire , William Bastile Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, December 1572, 01 December 1572-30 December 1572

    the Bass. Berwick, 21 Dec. 1572, Signed . Add. Endd. Pp . 1 . 671 . Murder on the Bass Rock . William Lauder, a bastard son of the Laird of Bass, having by sleight dispossessed his lawful brother of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is one of the noblest pieces of execution we have ever seen.-R. Lee's landscapes are excellent; that of the Bass Rock, from Tynecombe Sands (160) eminently so. There is a grand strife of elements in the picture and the human Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Svo, pp. 223.) Triibuer and Co. ToroGRArHy.-' Edinburgh and its Neighbourhood, Geological and Historical.' With the Geology of tbe Bass Rock. By Hugh Miller, Author of ' The Old Red Sandstone,' &c. (Post 8vo, pp. 313.) Edinburgh: A. and C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hidden among its smoke and clamour. Edinburgh and its .Yeighboltrleood, Geologivcd aZnd Histo- rical. With The Geology of the Bass Rock. By Hugh Miller. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black. I II 1 i This, the twelfthvolume of Hugh Miller's collected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the vignettes lie shows are also in his best manner. " A Dead Gull " and " The Bass Rock " (No. 180), are exceedingly powerful examples of minute painting. Mr Forster's " Dunblane " (No. 344) is over-idealised Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and by. The lowering clouds in Harry Johnson's " Kilchurn Castle" (73)-see also his mag- nificent drawing of the "Bass Rock" (268), and of the surrounding sea-the light mists in J. C. Reed's " Barmouth Pier" (74), will each attract Subscribers-only content

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