MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

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MS: The Highland Journal, August - September, 1787

Bullers of Buchan &
Blains Castle the soil rich
crops of wheat - turnip
&c. but no inclosing - soil
rather light - come to
Ellan & dine - Lord Aber
deen's seat - entrance
denied to every body owing
to the jealousy of three-
-score over a kept country
wench - soil & impro
vements as before till
we come to Aberdeen to
lie - meet with Mr Chal-
mers Printer a facetious
fellow - Mr Ross a

famousCaverns particularly [?]
Garriepot - land & dine
at Arbroath . Stately
ruins of Arbroath Abbey -
Come to Dundee through
a fertile Country- Dundee
a low-lying but pleasant
town - Old steeple -
Tay firth - Broughty
Castle, a finely situated
ruin, jutting into the
Tay - Friday - break
fast with the Miss
Scots. Mr Mitchel an honest

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