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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 official illustrated guide to the Lancaster and Carlisle, Edinburgh and ...

George S. Measom - 1859 - 384 ページ
...the position of Dunolly Castle, " Nothing can be more wildly beautiful , " say a Sir Walter Scott. " The principal part which remains is the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other buildings, overgown with ivy, attest that it had once been a place of importance, as large, apparently, as Ardtornish...

Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland

Adam and Charles Black (Firm) - 1861 - 635 ページ
...precipitous promontory overhanging the bay of Oban, and distant about half a mile from the village. 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...

Sailing Directions for the West Coast of Scotland: Hebrides or ..., 第 2 部

1877
...bold and precipitous promontory overhanging the bay of Oban, and distant half a mile from the village. 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." " Upon the whole,...

The lady of the lake, The lord of the Isles ,The lay of the last minstrel ...

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1868
...ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous promontory, overhanging Loch-Etive •the bay of Oban), and distant about a mile from the village and port of Oban. The prmcipal part which remains is the donjon or keep; but fragments of other buildings, overgrown with...

The poetical works of sir Walter Scott. Illustr. by F. Gilbert

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1868
...manv 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 .art which remains...

Shaw's Tourist's Picturesque Guide to Great Britain and Ireland: Specially ...

George Shaw - 1879 - 372 ページ
...bnt the castle can be reached at any time by water. "The principal part which remains," says Scott, "is the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other buildings,...once a place of importance, as large, apparently, as Ardtomish or Dunstaffnage. These fragments enclose a courtyard, of which the keep formed probably one...

Miller's royal tourist handbook to the Highlands and Islands

James W. Miller - 1877
...in 1814. ' Nothing,' says Sir Walter, ' can be more wildly beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...overhanging Loch Etive, and distant about a mile from the town and port of Oban. The principal part which remains is the donjon, or keep; but fragments of other...

Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography ..., 第 2 巻

Francis Hindes Groome - 1882
...gloomy, lonely, fragmentary ruin. 'The principal part of it which remains,' says Sir Walter Scott, ' is the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had once been a place of importance, as large apparently as Artornisli or Dunstaffnage. These fragments...

The complete poetical and dramatic works of sir Walter Scott. With an intr ...

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1883
...and distant about a mllo fruin tho village und j>ort of Oban. Tho principal part which remain» is J the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other , buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it liad been OIKV a place of importance, as huv'-' I apparently as Artornish or Dunataffnage. ' These...

The Novels and Poems of Sir Walter Scott: Poems and ballads

Walter Scott - 1900
...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 Etivo, and distant about a mile from the village and port of Oban. The principal part which remains...




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