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A description of the Western Islands of Scotland : Containing a full account of their situation, extent, soils, product, harbours, bays, tides, anchoring places, and fisheries. The ancient and modern government, religion and customs of the inhabitants, particularly of their druids, heathen temples, monasteries, churches, chappels, antiquities, monuments, forts, caves, and other curiosities of art and nature. Of their admirable and expeditious way of curing most diseases by simples of their own product. A particular account of the second sight, or faculty of foreseeing things to come, by way of vision, so common among them. A brief hint of methods to improve trade in that country, both by sea and land. With a new map of the whole, describing the harbours, anchoring places, and dangerous rocks, for the benefit of sailers. To which is added a brief description of the Isles of Orkney, and Schetland Preview this item
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A description of the Western Islands of Scotland : Containing a full account of their situation, extent, soils, product, harbours, bays, tides, anchoring places, and fisheries. The ancient and modern government, religion and customs of the inhabitants, particularly of their druids, heathen temples, monasteries, churches, chappels, antiquities, monuments, forts, caves, and other curiosities of art and nature. Of their admirable and expeditious way of curing most diseases by simples of their own product. A particular account of the second sight, or faculty of foreseeing things to come, by way of vision, so common among them. A brief hint of methods to improve trade in that country, both by sea and land. With a new map of the whole, describing the harbours, anchoring places, and dangerous rocks, for the benefit of sailers. To which is added a brief description of the Isles of Orkney, and Schetland

Author: Martin Martin; Andrew Bell; John David Fleeman; Archibald Primrose Rosebery, Earl of; Mary Lascelles
Publisher: London : Printed for Andrew Bell, at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill, near Stocks-Market, 1703.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Martin; Andrew Bell; John David Fleeman; Archibald Primrose Rosebery, Earl of; Mary Lascelles
OCLC Number: 230757950
Description: [32], 392 pages, [2] folded leaves of plates : illustrations, map ; 8vo.
Responsibility: by M. Martin, gent.

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