MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

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MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

charming witty kind and
sensible. God bless them
come to Cullen to lie
hitherto the country is
sadly poor & umimproven
the houses, crops, horses,
cattle & c, all in unison with their cartwheels which with
low, coarse, unshod, clumsy
work: an axletree which
had been made with other de-
-sign than to be a resting
shaft between the wheels
breakfast at Bamff
improvements over
this part of the country
plenty turnips, wheat, horse-hoed
kail, cabbages & c

Journal
Port[?] Bay House
sand end & very high -
lime plenty - turnips
wheat horse hoed kail
cabbages & c. pleasant
ridealong the shore -
country almost wild
again between Bamf
and newbyth - quite
wild as we come thro Bu-
chan to Old Dear, but near
the village both lands and crops
rich - lie - Saturday, set
out for Peter head -
near Peterhead the way come along
the shore by the famous

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