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    Castle of Elan Stalker, 1773

    Castle of Elan Stalker [castle/fort] Three men seen from behind standing on a rock in the foreground, looking at rowing boat sailing towards castle on an island, with trees on right and left; group of men with horses on British Museum Images

    Castle of Elan Stalker, 1773

    Castle of Elan Stalker [castle/fort] Three men seen from behind standing on a rock in the foreground, looking at rowing boat sailing towards castle on an island, with trees on right and left; group of men with horses on British Museum Images

    Castle of Elan Stalker, 1782

    Castle of Elan Stalker [castle/fort] Two men standing seen from behind in front of lake, with horseman riding to left, castle on island and hills beyond. c.1770/82Etching British Museum Images

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEICESTEIxR FIN'E ART EXHIBITION. SECONDi) NOTICE'I. Amnren the figure Stil)0j0ts a conlpicUlous featuro of tilr Ihihbitien is tile number of small carbinet Pictures err pnelo by I French artist, V. Cheiilliavl, wvlho specially alfecto tireho ioatrs of cleridal life. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IIIR MAlJESLTY'S VISIT TO SCOTLAND. T'ol'rmnory, Friday, August 20. Tim squ~adron left Toberinory about eight o'clock this morning, sailing down tiic Sound of Mull, and tip) the Linnhei Loch, passing Lsiscore, Shuna, Appin, Castle Stalker, and other intcrcstiug places Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRYSTAL PALACE PICTURE GALLERY. The present exhibition, which was opaned for piivate view yesterday, is in all respects the best lhat has aB yet been seen at the Crystal Palace. Roth the foreign and the native schools are fairly Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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