MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

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MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

cordiality Friday Cross
the Findhorn to Forres. Famous
stone at Forres. Mr Brodie
tells me that the muir
where Shakespeare lays Mc
beth's witch meeting is still
haunted that the country
folks wont pass it by
night - Elgin to break
fast meet with M.r
Mr Dunbar s [?]
a pleasant sort of man
can come no nearer
venerable ruins of Elgin
Abbey - a grander effect at
first glance than Melrose
but nothing near so

beautiful cross spey to
Fochabers - fine palace
worthy of the noble the polite
the generous Proprietor
Dine - Company Duke & Duchess
& Ladies Charlotte & Made-
line - Colonel Abercrombie &
lady, Mr Gordon and Mr
a clergy man a venerable
aged figure and Mr Hoy
a clergy man I suppose a
pleasant open manner
The Duke makes me hap-
pier than ever great man
old noble princely yet mild
condescending and affable
gay & kind - The Duchess

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