Black's guide to the Channel Islands

Adam and Charles Black, 1868 - 190页

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第1页 - Lochinver and Stornoway ; affording Tourists an opportunity of Visiting the Magnificent Scenery of Glencoe, the Coolin Hills, Loch Coruisk, Loch Maree, and the famed islands of Staffa and lona. *»* These vessels afford in their passage a view of the beautiful...
第1页 - GLASGOW AND THE HIGHLANDS. (Royal Route via Crinan and Caledonian Canals.") THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS— IONA, CHEVALIER...
第33页 - KEYLESS HALF-CHRONOMETERS, COMPENSATED FOR VARIATIONS OF TEMPERATURE, Adjusted in Positions, Winding and Setting Hands without a Key, for Gentlemen, in Gold, 30 to 40 Guineas ; ditto in Silver, 16 to 25 Guineas.
第35页 - Prepared and sold in boxes, Is, IJd., and Tins, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6il., and 10s. 6d. each, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist. &c, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Retail by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Vendors in the world. NB— To prevent spurious imitations, please to observe that the words,
第27页 - Situation, Comfort, or Accommodation, combined with moderate charges, this elegant Hotel, built expressly for Summer Visitors, cannot be surpassed, while it commands an extensive view of the beautiful Bay of Oban and other romantic scenery in the neighbourhood. The Hotel is situated on an elevated plateau near the Steamboat Wharf, to which a new and convenient approach has been lately added.
第24页 - THE above first-class Hotel is beautifully situated at the foot of the "Queen of Scottish Lakes," and at an easy distance from the Railway Station.
第45页 - NOVELS. cols., sewed, price 6d. 14. The Fortunes of Nigel. 15. Peveril of the Peak. 16. Quentin Durward. 17. St. Ronan's Well. 18. Redgauntlet. 19. The Betrothed, and the Highland Widow.
第22页 - Kingdom, for which their establishment has been so long famed, and for which they were awarded a FIRSTCLASS PRIZE MEDAL in the Great International Exhibition of 1862.
第20页 - The Gate of the Wye," and for the beauty and variety of the scenery on its banks, there is no river in England at all comparable with it ; nor do we believe (notwithstanding the superiority of some of them in point of size) that there is a single river on the Continent of Europe that can boast such scenes of grandeur, gracefulness, and pastoral beauty. Its romantic beauties, whether where it glides majestically along the rich plains of Herefordshire — through orchards, meadows...