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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 Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

Sir Walter Scott, edited by J. Logie Robertson, M.A. - 1904
...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...Etive, and distant about a mile, from the village ana port of Oban. The principal part which remains is the donjon or keep ; but fragments of other buildings,...

The Castles and Keeps of Scotland: Being a Description of Sundry Fortresses ...

Frank Roy Fraprie - 1907 - 411 ページ
...attractions. " Nothing can be more wildly beautiful," says Sir Walter Scott, " than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...buildings, overgrown with ivy, attest that it had once been a place of importance, as large apparently as Artornish or Dunstaffnage. These fragments...

Poetical Works

Sir Walter Scott - 1908 - 970 ページ
...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...distant about a mile from the village and port of Obau. The principal pan which remains is the donjon or keep ; bat fragments of other buildings, overgrown...

The Poetical Works

Sir Walter Scott - 1909 - 970 ページ
...theirs. Nothing can be more wildly beautiful than , the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situi ated upon a bold and precipitous promontory, | overhanging Loch Etive. and distant about a j mile from the village, and port of Oban. The \ principal part whicii remains is the donjon or '•...

The United Service Magazine, 第 1 巻、第 68 巻

1852
...Scott. It is nearly as follows : — " Nothing can be more beautiful than the situation of Dunolly. The ruins are situated upon a bold and precipitous...once a place of importance, as large, apparently, as Ardtoraish or Dunstaflnage. These fragments inclose a court-yard of which the keep formed probably...




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