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You searched for: Place: "Loch Hourn"

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  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Loch Hourne head., 1819

    of the head of Loch Hourn, with birds landing on the water in foreground, and boats behind at right and in middle ground at left; rocky mountains in background; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great Britain',

    The bay of Barrisdale, in Loch Hourne., 1819

    [boat/ship] View of Barrisdale bay on Loch Hourn, with sailing boats in the water; buildings on the coast in background at left, rocky mountains behind; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great Britain', vol. IV. 1819Aquatint and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not killed, the mysterious sea snake, which so greatly exercised the Rev. Mr. JoAss and his.friends, when yachting. on Loch Hourn the other day. That gentleman, it will be remembered, whilst watching, at the in- stigation of his three companions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "An Image of Love"-a subject from Cardinal Newman's "Callesta." J. MAoWHIntER, A.R.A.-Academy-1. "Edinburgh from Salisbury Crags." 2. "Misty Gleams, Loch Hourn, Skye." 3. "T The Harbour of Genoa"-an, evening effect. H. S. MARnS, R.A.-Academiy-l. "The Minstrel "- a wandering troubadour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glen runs down to the sea just opposite Skye, while the property is bounded on two other sides by Loch Hourn and Lo,*h Dubch, two of the finest of the Highland lochs. The laud is occupied by sheep-farmers, except on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Invergarry, extends to 60,000 acres, and it stretches from the head of Glen Garry away to the sea at Loch Hourn. Lord 3urton also leases the adjoining shootings I of Glenikingie from Cameron of Lochiel, his rent for the two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. Ellice, of Invergarry. The deer forest extends from the bead of Glent Garry sway to the sea at Loch Hourn. The condition of Colonel Legge, Assistant Sergeant- at-Arms of the House of Comos, is rprted to h lave considerably Subscribers-only content

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