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" Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous promontory, overhanging Loch Etive, and distant about a mile from the village and port of Oban. "
The lord of the Isles, a poem - 303 ページ
sir Walter Scott (bart.) 著 - 1815
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: The lord of the isles

Sir Walter Scott - 1815
...many Highland chiefs lost theirs. Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous promontory, overhanging Loch Etivc, and distant about a mile from the village and port of Oban. The principal part which remains...

Miscellaneous poems. The lord of the isles, canto 1-5

Walter Scott - 1822
...many Highland chiefs lost theirs. Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...promontory, overhanging Loch Etive, and distant about a miie from the village and port of Oban. The principal part which remains is the donjon or keep ; but...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: Complete in One Volume..

Walter Scott - 1827 - 489 ページ
...many IJighland chiefs lost theirs. Holhing can he more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous promontory, overhanging Loch Etivc, and distant about a mile from the village and port of Oban. The principal part which remains...

Modern Athens! Displayed in a Series of Views: Or Edinburgh in the ...

John Britton - 1829
...highland chiefs lost theirs. " Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunoily. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...principal part which remains is the donjon or keep j but fragments of other buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had been once a place of importance,...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

Walter Scott - 1831 - 490 ページ
...mile from the village and port of < Mum. Tho principal part which remains is the donjon orkrcp; hut fragments of other buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had been once a place of importami', an large apparently as Artornish or Dtmstaffnage. These fragments in clow a court-yard,...

Henrietta Temple: A Love Story

Benjamin Disraeli - 1837 - 330 ページ
...to the position of Dunolly Castle, " Nothing can be more wildly beautiful," says Sir Walter Scott. " The principal part which remains is the donjon or...buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had once been a place of importance, as large, apparently, as Ardtornish or Dunstaffnage. These fragments...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Sketch of His Life

Walter Scott, J. W. Lake - 1838 - 443 ページ
...highland chiefs lost theirs. Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The rums are situated upon a bold and precipitous promontory,...buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had once, been a place of importance, as large apparently as Artornish or Dunstaftnage. These fragments...

Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland: With an Accurate Travelling Map ...

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1842 - 500 ページ
...that once powerful family.* * " Nothing can be more wildly beantiful than the situation of Dunoll y. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...remains is the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other build' ings, overgrown with ivv. attest that it had been once a place of importance, as large apparently...

Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1845 - 442 ページ
...that once powerful family.* * " Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...once a place of importance, as large apparently as Ardtornish or Dunstaffnage. These fragments enclose a court-yard, of which the keep probably formed...

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Complete, 第 5 巻

Walter Scott - 1845
...many Highland chiefs lost theirs. Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...overgrown with ivy, attest that it. had been once a pi ice of importance, as large apparently as Artornish or DunstafFnage. These fragments enclose a courtyard,...




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