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    number of' the loading inhabitants. -He then proeeeded to St. BIUMgrus Cathedral, and thereafter wirs conveyed to tire Stories of Stenness, fromi whence he proceoded to tire summer resilienrce of Sileriff Aytorn, wherena collation was prepared for him. . On Subscribers-only content

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    to face the . wind and hail. Mr. Wason-had to take the rib- . borsf himself till they got, past Stenness, and when I he arrived at 8troumness he h'ad all the appearanc_ .1 of having emerred' fronm the sea.' Subscribers-only content

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    of the said Free Church Congregation of Stengese, in wbich fo I am nrow in possession of, in security of said debt and in- to terest.h The Presbytery then made arrainge. ints for supply of- sermon for Stenness. rel on__. Subscribers-only content

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    people in their own tongue. On Ins way from ' Stromness to Kirkwall be visited the standing stones of i Stenness, whose simple grandeur deeply impressed him. 1 In Mr. Barrow's opinion they excel as a whole anything of the Subscribers-only content

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    inscriptions that have been detected in the barrow of Maeshovv, in the vicinity of Standing Stones, in the parish of Stenness, Mainland. A very considerable number indeed, 910 legible Runes in one" place, besides many more effaced by erfect s Subscribers-only content

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    Stones of Stennis, Orkney., 1820

    Stones of Stennis, Orkney. [monument] View of the Ring of Brodgar at Stennes, with three figures seen in foreground at the stone circle at right; rocky mountains in background; within a rectangular border; illustration to Ayton's 'Voyage round Great

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