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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leitch gives us another view of Edinburgh, taken from the Mound; and one of the Great Mountain, the " huge Benmore." Mr Harding shows a new aspect of Holyrood, Mr Cattermole gives a noble drawing of the grand old mansion Subscribers-only content

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    the Duke of Argyll to Professor Phillips, giving an account of a discovery which he made the other day at 'Benmore, in the Island of Mull, where there was the passage of a rock like pure trap into regular granite. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    history and some little love for natural scenery. Inspired by the success of that graphic fragment, "The Muckle Stag of Benmore," which found its way through the instrumentality of a friend into the pages of the Quarterly Review, he at Subscribers-only content

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    a similar offence. ILLNEss OF MR. SPunGEON.-A Glasgow telegram says that Mr. Spurgeon, who is the guest of Mr. Duncan, Benmore Clyde, is prostrated by an attack of gout, and un- able to take advantage of the trip which had Subscribers-only content

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    a half; C. Arnull's Energy a mile and a quarter; Blanton's Wiclbiamn one mile. Golding's Chichester, Rough Diamond, and Brett's Benmore and Brocken went a mile; Bendigo and Glasgow covered a mile and a half ; Ryan's Offspring, Royal Fern, Subscribers-only content

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