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You searched for: Place: "Loch Inver"

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  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View of Cuniag, from Loch-Inver., 1820

    Loch-Inver. View from Loch Inver, with a figure on a small island of boulders approaching a rowing boat at centre foreground; three boats sailing in middle ground, others moored behind at right; buildings on the shore at left; rocky mountain

    Ben Sulvhein, from Loch-Inver., 1820

    [boat/ship] View from Loch Inver, with a figure in a rowing boat near rocks in foreground at left, and a ship and sailing boats in middle ground; buildings on the coast at left; hills in background, with high rock of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a gross rental of some £140,000. The seats owned by the Duke in addition to Dunrobin Castle were Loch Inver IHouse, -ouse of Tongue, Tarbet House. and Castle Leod-all in Scotland: and Stafford House, St. James's Park: Trentham Hall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curbstone, in Bridge Street, wt 'iS killed on the spot. 'iO HIGHLAND HOSPITAtITY.-The landlord of tile in ttt at Loch Inver charges you half-a-guinea a day fi a fishing in the loci, the fish caughtt to be given up I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which is oonsiderably over what was hoped, for sue started away for Scotland to-day, and will proceed direct to Loch Inver, where his Lordship has shooting. The steam is obtained in a coil-tube boiler. heated with petro- leum, and on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Balmoral, it is not improbable that the royal yacht may sail along the western coast of Scotland to Loch Inver. Thence her majesty would proceed by land across the couutry to Dunrobin. The royal yacht, passing through the Pentlaud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is held once a year, and, in some parishes, only once in two years. I attended once ai Loch Inver in Sutherland, in the midst of a wild and rugged tract of mountains, where scarcely a vestige of the Subscribers-only content

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