Piracy off the coast of Islay

The Scottish isle of Islay (pronounced eye-luh) is a peaceful place, hardly one associated with piracy, but in the late eighteenth Century, things were very different. From the Caledonian Mercury…

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The Harvest

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Edinburgh Botanics

From the The Scots Magazine - Thursday 01 June 1809. Suggestions for the Improvement of the EDINBURGH BOTANIC GARDEN. All about grew every sort of flowre, To which sad lovers were…

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