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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 17th September 1844

    4, Albert drove me out, the Ladies & Ld Glenlyon following in another carriage. We drove to the Pass of Killiecrankie , which was looking in its greatest beauty. It quite seems to close, so that one cannot imagine, how

    Thursday 26th September 1844

    early start. - After 3, he drove me to Faskally (the Butter's place), which is beautifully situated below the Pass Killiecrankie , with the Garry & the Tummel running through it. There is a splendid view on all sides. The

    Wednesday 18th September 1844

    up. From the top it was quite like a panorama. We could see the Falls of Bruar, the Pass of Killiecrankie , Ben y Gloe, & the whole range of hills behind, in the direction of Tay month. The house

    Wednesday 11th September 1844

    Pass of Killiecrankie , which is quite magnificent with the Tay running below wooded banks. I cannot describe how beautiful it is. Albert was in perfect ecstasies. Blair Athol is only between 4 or 5 miles from the Killiecrankie Pass.

    Tuesday 1st October 1844

    escorted us to the entrance gate. We went exactly the same way we came, through Killiecrankie , Pitlochry , saw Logierait &c. The Battle of Killiecrankie was fought in a field, before one comes to the Pass, & Ld Dundee

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the road from Dundee to Blair Athol was most enthusiastic. From Dankeld the road enters the far-famed pass of Killiecrankie, where the scenery is most romantic. Not mnre than four or five miles further on Is Athol house, formerly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there "by the Macdonalds over the Campbells." The incon- clusive though famous victory of the Celts over the Saxons at Killiecrankie, won in the same week as the conclusive but less famous victory of the Saxons over the Celts at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    body of 1200 Lowlanders took refuge in the cathedral, and were attacked by the Highland army, after its victory of Killiecrankie. After a most obstinate fight, the Highlanders were beaten off with great loss, and soon afterwards dispersed. The Lowlanders Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JUPP. T E E I. C H, TA O O R, and MIOUNTAIN TffREE-GUINEA SUITS. -SEASON, 1S70. The Bamvnielburn, Lochucess, Killiecrankie, Blair Athol, and all thie loeathers of Scotland1, the va-ioas tints being so ddlineated that a perfect picture is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . . . . 27,s00 STARTLING FIGURES! FTlHE LOCH, MOOR, and MIOUNTAIN THREE-GUINEA StJTS. -SEASON, 1S70. htle Balnnockbirnr, I.oclrness, Killiecrankie, Blair Atllb, rIt all tile Heathers oif Scotland, the varioes t(tS beisg so delineated tliat a perfect picture is Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1741-31 December 1745

    Kilby (Killby) , Christopher, agent for Massachusetts, 680, 686 7. -, Robert, 844. Kildare , bishop of. See Stone, G. Killiecrankie (Perth) , 464. Killegrew (Killigrew) , Francis, 474, 504, 560, 567. -, Martin, 763. -, family, 567. Kilmarnock ,

    Treasury Books and Papers, March 1744, 01 March 1744-30 March 1744

    thence to Fort Augustus, 24, from Dalnacardoch to Blair and Dunkeld, 24, in all 181 computed miles, the pass of Killiecrankie, which was quite destroyed, new made, and the whole road from thence to Dunkeld widened and a new lime

    Preface

    is an odd coincidence that this letter should have been written on the very day on which the fight at Killiecrankie, though resulting in a defeat of King William's forces, yet ridded him of one of his enemy's most distinguished Subscribers-only content

    Index of Persons and Places, G, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    in Kirkandrews-upon-Esk, 17. -, -, lodgings in Whitehall 1287, 1313. -, John, 1st Viscount Dundee, forces of, at battle of [Killiecrankie ] , 552. -, -, junr., tenant, Boxtogill, 486. -, -, senr., tenant, Boxtongill, 486. -, -, son of

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Enterkin, 1865

    Than the Ironsides of Cromwell , Or the bloody Cumberland Spanning Tay and curbing Tummel, Hewing with rude mattocks down Killiecrankie ' s birchen chasm,-• What reck they of old renown Cherish ' d names how disenchanted Hark the railway Subscribers-only content

    The English land system., 1882

    the lives of the people. But thejr should be open to all alike. No individual should own the pass of Killiecrankie , the lakes of Killarnoy, the paths of Snowdon , the mighty crest of Helvollyn. They should be national, Subscribers-only content

    Songs of the session 1858, or, Conservative ballads., 1858

    till Westerton arose Our freedom to assert. If Claverhouse at the fierce fight Of Killiecrankie dire, Had not been shot with silver ballt Which caused him to expire; Then beneath the heavy rule Of the Stuart's ancient race, We of Subscribers-only content

    The Enterkin, 1865

    Than the Ironsides of Cromwell , Or the bloody Cumberland Spanning Tay and curbing Tummel, Hewing with rude mattocks down Killiecrankie ' s birchen chasm,-• What reck they of old renown Cherish ' d names how disenchanted Hark the railway Subscribers-only content

    The English land system., 1882

    the lives of the people. But thejr should be open to all alike. No individual should own the pass of Killiecrankie , the lakes of Killarnoy, the paths of Snowdon , the mighty crest of Helvollyn. They should be national, Subscribers-only content

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