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There are the remains of another fortification on what is called the Law of Drumbuils
belonging to the estate of Freeland about a mile south-east of the village. The Law is a
low craggy eminence; it is elliptical in its form; the south and west sides being a precipiteous
rock form of themselves a natural wall while on the north and east sides a wall has
been formed of very large granite boulders, many of which still occupy their original
position. This Law commands a beautiful and extensive view of the lower part of
Strathearn of the north part of the coast of Fife of the windings of the Tay and of
the Carse of Gowrie all the way to Dundee a distance of more than twenty miles.
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Perthshire p. [page] 953.

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