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THE CONTENTS.




A Guide to the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancashire; and to the Curiosities of the West Riding of Yorkshire; particularly the District called Craven, in Yorkshire. page 1


A Guide to the Beauties of Scotland. p. 37


A DESCRIPTION OF PART OF SCOTLAND, PARTICULARLY THAT PART OF IT CALLED THE HIGHLANDS.


From Langtown to Langholm, through Part of Eskdale.—A View of Netherby, Sir James Graham's—at Langholm, a Castle, the Duke of Buccleugh's.—Ewesdale—Mosspole—Part of Tiviotdale—Hawick—Selkirk—a fine Part of Tweedale, at Yair and Fairnalie—Bank House.—The first sight of Edinburgh, from the Middleton Road.—The President Dundas's.—Dalhousie Castle.—Leswade.—Melville Castle. p. 99

A Description of Edinburgh—Arthur's Seat—the fine Echo—Dediston Lake, and House—Crag Miller Castle—Dalkeith—Roslin Castle—Hauthorndean—Penny-wedding—The Views from Calton Hill, and Arthur's Seat. p. 113

From Edinburgh to Queensferry—Hopetoun House—Kinross, and Loch Leven—the Town of the Crook of Devon—the Rumbling Brig, and the Cauldron Lin—Dollar, and the Ruin of Castle Campbell.—From Dollar to Stirling.—A Description of Stirling, and the View from the Castle. p. 132

Blair Drummond—Doune—Ben Lomond—Ben Lidi—Callender.—The Trosacks, or Wonders around Loch Catheine—Brackland Brig, and the Falls of the Kelty.—The Pass of Lennie, and the Falls at it.—Ben Lidi—Loch Lubnaig—Loch Earn Head—Eden Ample—Loch Earn—Deneira, Mr Dundas's—Dalchonzie—Aberuhill—Comrie—Lawers House—Ochtertyre. p. 145

Crieff—Drummond Castle—Monzie—View in the Amulrie Road—Glen Almond—Brig of Buchanty—Logie Almond—Leadnock—and the Tomb of Bessy Bell and Mary Gray. p. 166

Perth.—The View approaching to Perth from the South—Field Preaching—Dupplin—Freeland—Invermay—Abernethy, the old Pictish Town.—Coal Pits—Scone—Stanley—Taymount—Lin of Campsie.—Stubhall—Mieklour House—Loch Clunie—Marlie—Ard Blair—Blair Gowrie—Keith of Blair Gowrie—Craig Hall—Black Jock of Atholl—Lady at Saint Kilda—Reeky Lin—the De'il in the Shape of a black Dog—Ayrly Castle. p. 177

Delvin—Murthly—Birnam Wood—Stenton—Dungarthill—Dunheld—the Rumbling Brig over the Brand.—The Road from Dunkeld to Blair of Atholl.—Fascalie—Pass of Killycrankie.—Lord Dundee's Tombstone—Lude—Blair of Atholl—Atholl Brose—Bruar Falls—Dalnacardoch Inn—Loch Garrie—Dalwhinie Inn.—Spey Bridge—Pitmain Inn—Aviemore Inn—Rothamurchus, and Cairngouram—Dulsie Brig—Calder—Fort George. p. 196

Castle Stewart—Culloden—Inverness—Dochfour.—Country of Aird—Lovat—Beauley—Glen Urquhart—Cumming's Family—Loch Ness. p. 222

The Road from Inverness to General's Hut—Fall of Fyres—Strath Errick—Fine View of Fort Augustus—Fort Augustus—Opening between Fort Augustus and Fort William—Loch Oich—Invergary—Loch Lochy—Letter Findlay Inn—Prince Charles Stuart, 1746—Low Bridge—High Bridge—Fort William—and Mary's Burgh, or Gordon's Burgh—Loch Eil—Ben Nivis—Bottle of Whisky. p. 237

Pass over Corryarraick—Garvimore Inn.—From Dalnacardoch into Rannoch—Rannoch, and Loch Rannoch—Loch Ericht—Poet Strowan—Who'll buy Jonny Cope's Salve—Rock Crystal Globe. p. 271

Cross Mount in Rannoch—Schiehallion Mountain—the lost Star—Water Fall in Cashaville—Ruins— Appneydow—Castle Menzies—Wade's Bridge, or Tay Bridge—Aberfeldie—Moness Falls, very fine—Weem Inn.—Taymouth—Loch Tay—Glen Lyon—Kenmore Town. p. 304

Killin—Fingall's Grave—Glen and Loch Dochart—Glen Fillan—Saint Fillan's Holy Well—Tyndrum Inn—Lead Mines—Inverounon—Loch Tollie—the Black Mount—King's House Inn—the Devil's Staircase—Glen Coe p. 324

Road from Tyndrum to Inveraray—Glen Lochy.—A fine View of Glen Orchy—Cruchan Ben—Dalmally Inn—Loch Awe—astonishing Cascade of Loch Etive—Beregonium—wild Country between Dalmally and Inveraray—Loch Fine—Inveraray. p. 351

Cairndow Inn—Ardinglass—Glen Kinglass—Pass over Rest-and-be-Thankful—Glen Croe—Loch Long—Aroquhar Inn—Loch Lomond—Ben Lomond—Luss—Dumbarton—Glasgow. p. 366

Bothwell Castle—Hamilton—Banks of the Clyde—Stone Biers Force, a grand Fall of the Clyde.—Lanerk—Lee Place—Lee Penny—Great Oak Tree at Lee—Carstairs House—Boniton—the Falls of Clyde, called Boniton Falls, and Corie Lin.—Dale's Cotton Works—Borronauld—Cartland Crags, the Hiding Place of Wallace—Douglas Mill Inn—Douglas Castle—Elvan Foot—Moffat—Annandale. p. 380