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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 13th August 1849

    Loch Long , & which is very fine. It is extraordinary to have such deep water in so narrow a Lake , & so immediately below the mountains, which are very rocky. Turned back & went up Loch Long, which

    Tuesday 17th August 1847

    , escorted by 19 steamers. Passed through Greenock & went on towards Loch Long , passing Rosneath , on our right, where the present Argylls live. Loch Long is indeed splendid, - 5 miles in length, surrounded by splendid hills

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived at half-past eight. The royal yachts Fairy and Vivid wvent up some miles through the splendid scenery of Loch Long. The two former anchored for the night in Loch Gair. The Vivid went on to Greenock, and the rest Subscribers-only content

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    to break it up and offer it! in small lots for building purposes. Roseneath occupies the peninsula lving between Loch Long and the Firth of Clyde, and the beautiful grounds vhich are richly wooded, contain the largest silver fir trees Subscribers-only content

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    in Loch Long, and begged the member for Northampton to let him know what bait he used. MAr. Bradlaugh's booty, it should have been understood, was secured in the waters of Loch Goil as well as Loch Long. Mrs. St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greenock. The names of the drowLed are John Kane, engineer, itopework Street, Greenock; Mr. Fraser Gardiner, of Arddarroch House, Loch Long; and a London gentleman, MIr. Hali, wxho was going 0i a visit to Arddarroch House. The Osprey was the Subscribers-only content

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    would cost about three- quarters of a million more than the route from Loch Lomond to Tarhet, and into Loch Long. The scheme was favourably viewed by those present, and a resolution affirming its advantages was unanimously adopted, it being Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects and places

    tack of walk mill, 64, 158; free burgesses, 126; letter of deaconry, 158. Loans (Lones), 33. See Streets . Loch Long , 78. Lochryan , 280. Logwood , 174. London , commissioners to King at, 133 5, 137, 150, 429

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