MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

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MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

come thro mist & darkness
to Dulsie to lie
Tuesday Findhorn
river rocky banks
come on to Castle Caudor
- where Macbeth mur -
dered King Duncan -
Saw the bed in which
King Duncan was stab
bed - Dine at Kilbraick
M.rs Rose Dun[?]
Fort George Inverness
Wednesday Loch Ness & c.

Come up the Gairie - falls of
Bruar - Daldecairoch - Dal
whinnie - dine - snow on the
hills 7 feet deep - no corn from Loch
Gairie to Dalwhinnie - Cross the
Spey and come down the stream to
Pitnim - Straths rich-les environs
picturesque - Craigow hill - Ruthven
of Badenoch - barracks - wild and
magnificent - Rothemurche on
the other side, & Glenmore - Grant
of Rothemurche's poetry told me
by the Duke of Gordon - Strath-
spey rich & romanitic - breakfast
at aviemore, a wild spot - Dine
at Sir James Grant's - Lady Grant
a sweet, pleasant body.

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