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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 4th September 1842

    banks of the South Esk & North Esk, which meet there, - with such a beautiful view of the Pentland Hills , behind. We drove on, through a private road, to New Battle , Ld Lothian 's place, where the

    Thursday 1st September 1842

    out, after luncheon. The Park is fine & very extensive, with a beautiful view of Arthur's Seat & the Pentland Hills , & there is a very pretty drive, overhanging a deep valley. - We dined at 8. The Duke

    Tuesday 6th September 1842

    Dalkeith , as we came, & it was a bright, clear morning. The Pentland Hills looked quite beautiful, as we drove along, & we passed close to Arthur's Seat , the Salisbury Craigs were also close by, - so high

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, December 1681, 17-31, 01 December 1681-31 December 1681

    and since the Restoration he was a Lieutenant in his Majesty's Regiment of Guards in Scotland and was at Pentland Hills against the rebels there and had the command of a Company on board the Edgar for Tangier, but by

    General Index, P, Q, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    Sir George, Edward and Elizabeth, children of, pass for Michael, and James, Eleanor and Michael, his children, pass for Pentland Hills , the, fight on, in 1666, mentioned Pepys (Pepes), Samuel, Secretary of the Admiralty, letter to directions to be Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 179, November 22-30, 1666, 22 November 1666-30 November 1666

    Edinburgh. 104. Rob. Mein to [Williamson ] . Particulars of the rising of the fanatics. They have come to Pentland Hills, within two miles of Edinburgh. General Dalziel, with 3,000 horse and 3,000 foot, has been chasing them these eight Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, July 1679, 01 July 1679-31 July 1679

    is declared ineffectual, it having been now represented that he was not actually present at the fight on the Pentland Hills in 1666, and that having retired timeously from the rebels he ever since lived peaceably in England. [ Ibid. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, March 1682, 01 March 1682-31 March 1682

    Harmond (? Lermond), sometime since proclaimed traitor for being in arms in the rebellion at Bothwell Bridge and the Pentland Hills, being three times examined before the Council, behaved with much boldness and courage, not disowning his Majesty's authority and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    happy but volatile Hivites listen to him, and behold, in a very few seasons after the division of the Pentland Hills among them, they became as like the weak and miserable race of man as possible I There is con- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extensive p lain which is diversified with every variety of object, and bounded with the distant outline of the Pentland Hills, those of Campsie, and the crampians. There are also some very skilful introductions of figures, particularly the chief group, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up my rural household gods at Bonaly, in tie parish of Colinton, close by the northern base of the Pentland Hills ; and, unless some avenging angel shall expel me, I shall never leave that paradise. I began by an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It was, he said, related of the late Lord Rutherford that he used to take a ramble on the Pentland Hills in the early spring, and that one day he encountered a shepherd on the hills, to whom he said:-" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suimtit, on which the Scottish lion keeps guard over the Scottish capital. Beyond is the waving line of the Pentland Hills. In the valley to the left are the Palace of Holyrood, and the roofless and dilapidated Chapel loyal, the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Farm-house of Kersewell, 1773

    Farm-house of Kersewell [farm building/farmyard] Farm with thatched cottage, round barn and trees on l, Petland hills seen beyond ploughed fields in the background on r; second state. 1773Etching and drypoint, with surface tone

    Farm-house of Kersewell, 1773

    Farm-house of Kersewell [farm building/farmyard] Farm with thatched cottage, round barn and trees on l, Petland hills seen beyond ploughed fields in the background on r; first state, before reworking. 1773Etching and drypoint

    Farm-house of Kersewell, 1773

    Farm-house of Kersewell [farm building/farmyard] Farm with thatched cottage, round barn and trees on l, Petland hills seen beyond ploughed fields in the background on r; third state. 1773Etching and drypoint

    Farm-house of Kersewell, 1773

    Farm-house of Kersewell [farm building/farmyard] Farm with thatched cottage, round barn and trees on l, Petland hills seen beyond ploughed fields in the background on r; third state. 1773Etching and drypoint, printed on blue paper

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