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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    belonging to the island of Mull (one of the Western Islands of Scotland)I; the accident occurred within three miles of Staffa, by the vessel missing stays and striking a rock. On Wednesday morning, about half-past seven, a gentfeman named Cotton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tickler, Esq. F.R.D.S.E. Alpha. C. T'o a Rose; the thosight from the Italian. 3. The Reputblican Exiles. 4. Lines on Staffa, 5. Tom Critgle's Log: Chap. XIV. Scenes in Jamaica. 6. Thle English Marty'rs: a scene of the Days of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In three volumes Svo., a new Edition, with additions to the preseat year, price 21. 2s. incloth, A GENERAL BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, By Joinq C.OiTON.. "It is email praise to say thlis Dictionary supersedes all the prior compilations of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ODGSON and ABBOT r's PkALE ALE.- H 'ritebove~ d BBear, oen stroegi ees ended by the facsstV,5~4~ prcuredB. .% BREW"ERY, BOW, SILDDLLSE' The trade nan beingpsipplkied the Pale Ale cannot be genuine if practired elsethere-City Offce. 98 Grictohtreb street. Subscribers-only content

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    in which altars were not wanting; recesses as beaus. riful in their dazzling fragility, as the Cave of Fingal at Staffa in the sculptured beauty of its roof, and the sable majesty of its unperishing columns. But the field of Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 15th December 1847

    talked of Staffa . - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 24 1st August 1847-31st December 1847 Volume Page Nos 179 Featured Names Professor Sedgewick Featured Places Reading Staffa

    Thursday 19th August 1847

    rocks; one of them, called the Dutchman's Cap , has a most strange shape. At 3 we anchored close before Staffa which is disappointing from that side & looks green & like a cheese. We at once got into the

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    on board The Queen at Spotswood , Alexander Spows , Agnes Sprag , Capt. Edward Spurling , William Squire , Staffa , Don Carles Stafford , justices of riots in Stafford , Capt. Francis Mr. Stahelin , John Stahl , Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 9 July 1830, 09 July 1830-09 July 1830

    Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart or M'Donald , Spouse of Ranald or Reginald M'Donald of Staffa , Esquire, Advocate, Sheriff Depute of the County of Stirling; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Commissaries of Edinburgh

    Acts, 1834

    Mr John Macleod at Morven, Mr Angus Maclaine at Ardnamurchan, Mr David Stewart at Kenlochspelve, ministers; Ranald Macdonald, Esq., of Staffa, Advo cate, ruling elder. From the Presbytery of Dunkeld, Mr William Herdman at Rattray, Mr John Stewart at Blair-Athol,

    William III, March 1696, 01 March 1696-31 March 1696

    of the Admiralty for report. [ Ibid . 238, p . 69. ] Mar. 31. Kensington. Passes for Don Carles Staffa and Don Miguel de Traeba to go to Falmouth or any other port for Spain [ Ibid . 344, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Island of Staffa, from the South West., 1817

    The Island of Staffa, from the South West. View of Staffa, with birds flying and landing on the sea in foreground, and figures in a boat with two sails at left; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round

    The Island of Staffa from the East., 1817

    The Island of Staffa from the East. Distant view of Staffa, with birds flying above the sea in foreground, and sailing boats in middle ground at centre and at right; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great

    View from the Island of Staffa., 1817

    View from the Island of Staffa. View of a plateau on Staffa, with four small figures seen at centre; formation of basalt columns in the sea in foregeround; outlines of two boats in middle ground at left; islands in the

    The Cormorants Cave, Staffa., 1817

    Cormorants Cave, Staffa. [cave, bird] View of the entrance of a cave, seen behind a large rock with cormorants in foreground at right; other birds flying in the air; rock with plateau in background at left; within a rectangular border;

    Staffa near Fingals Cave., 1817

    Staffa near Fingals Cave. [cave] View of Fingal's Cave in foreground at left, with birds flying around the rocks; boat with several figures in middle ground at right; rocky mountains in background; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's

 

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