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Mossdale Craig
Mossdale Craig
Mossdale Craig
Mossdale Craig
William Walker Esqr. Bellsbank
Mr. Robert Smith
Mr. William Galloway
Revd. [Reverend] William Gilchrist E. M. [Established Minister]
053 A prominent high rocky hill, one of the most Singular hills I have ever Seen it is formed of benches one above another each of which vary in length, height, Steepness and formation, nearly every one of which is more or less perpendicular one the east north and west Side or face of the Hill. from the top it appears a regular Slope to the bottom but from the bottom it looks as if it was one continual cliff to the top bare and barren nothing to be Seen but gray whinstone rock, from the top of each of these benches the ground is nearly level and grassy to the next bench or rocky Cliff - The [portion] next the road is one Continual range of Cliff Connected with Glenmuick Craig of which both [foms] the Same hill but in different Farms under the Same proprietor the Hone. [Honourable] Colonel F. M. Cathcart Berbeth House

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