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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymiaen trwy Ewxop, rhwng y gallu gwladol a'r ysbrydol. Boddodd Syr Jas; Colquhuone trwy i'w gwch ddymr chwelyd ar Loch Lomond, pan oedd yn dychwelyd, o, hela ceirw. Y mae ei uig fala yn teithio am ei iechyd. Y mae Subscribers-only content

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    Views of English Landscape Seenery, with a few of a, more inventive nature. The picture, of the Head of Loch Lomond, (bought by the' Earl of Coventry) has a beautiful balance of eoiour, and such a marking of the different Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow, and, previous to his return home for tIme vacation, made an excursion to visit the interesting scenery of Loch Lomond, wahen this lamentable accident occir- red.-Leeds Mercury. On Tuesday afternoon, a decent-looking old man sat an time steps of Subscribers-only content

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    line manner, The vignette represents Ben Lomond, from above Luss. Loch Lornond, from Mount Misery; Loch Lomond, Ben Loinond, &c. from Ardleislidown; and Loch Lomond, from Upper Inveruglos, are the subjects of the other plates. One need hardly say, that Subscribers-only content

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    on Ind&a Paper.. Ta....7. Gd. ditto Ditto on Royal Folio ...........i.e. 0. ditto This Part contains Four Views of Loch Lomond. London: published by Moon, Boys, asd Graves, Pall Mall, hand J. Swan, Glasgow. ILLUSTRATIONS OF NATURAL HISTORY. Now publishing, Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Loch Lomond

    Place Loch LomondLoch Lomond, Dunbarton & Stirling, Scotland Now known as: Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire, Scotland On 13 August 1849 Queen Victoria's intended boat trip on Loch Lomond was cancelled because of heavy rain. However, some years later, whilst

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COCHRANE, William (aft.1659-1717), of Kilmaronock, Dunbarton.

    arms in support of the Revolution, though there was a strong element of self-preservation involved. His estate, which bordered Loch Lomond, was a prime target for Highland raiders. Despite some successes, such as the capture of Lieutenant-Colonel MacGregor, a Jacobite


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