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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACADEMY, 24 CASTLE STREET, LEICESTER SQUARE.-Mr CHAMBERS respectfully sub- rnits to the attention of Pareot. the followsin outline of the system of Education adopted at this Academy-I'he Paolilsare led to lovelearning, its utility being recommended by kind treatment. Manygood Subscribers-only content

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    can, and ejaculates the most delightfully familiar conversational exclamations whenever anything occurs to surprise her. In " The Ascent of Cruachan," one of the most spirited and characteristic lays in the volume, the poet, before starting, hastily addresses his fellow-tourists Subscribers-only content

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    Sunderland, all of whom d were more or less intoxicated. He found that when the si captain of the Den Cruachan could not obtain sufficient foreign-going seamen to make up a crew at Sunderland, he b, went to Hlull, and Subscribers-only content

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    the saline atmosphere in dissolving it. From beyond Oban towards Connell Feny, Loch Neil, Taynault, and in the vicinity of Cruachan, there is no disease ; the moors are excellent and extensive, although the supply of grouse is comparatively small, Subscribers-only content

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    gleams over the grass ans heather,wwheai te light burns rosy a nd faint over all the hills, from Mlorven to Cruachan, for hours before the sum goes down, Om Oi f the ditch at the road- IC side fla ps Subscribers-only content

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    Distant view of Cruachan-ben, taken near Arros bridge, Isle of Mull., 1817

    at front left; rock and trees in foreground at right, house partly hidden by trees behind; hills in background, Ben Cruachan in the distance; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great Britain', vol. III. 1817Aquatint with hand-colouring

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