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STRATHMORE Strathmore Gazetteer of Scotland
Mr Simpson, Ingliston
Old Statistical Account
043 A great vale or lowland country skirting the southern face of the grat Grampian range of mountains & popularly regarded as consisting of that territory lying within these & the Sidlaw hills upon the south & extending from Methven in Perthshire to a point a little N.E [North East] of Brechin in this county. It takes in almost the whole of this parish except a small portion upon the S.E. [South East] boundary which is skirted by the Sidlaw hills. The remainder of the parish in the Strath is a continual flat extending upon all sides without any feature or abruptness in the landscape to break the vista across the far extending hedgerows which adorn the district. It is celebrated for its beauty & fertility & high cultivation of its soil as well as the prosperity of the numerous towns & villages which dot its surface; together with the commercial advantage it possesses, along its centre from E. [East] to W. [West] of railway communication, render it a champaign country of the first quality

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