List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Firth of Forth
25.9 ʘ
decidedly inferior in quality to those of the Western Coast of Scotland. At Cramond and Inchmickerywere formerly vast beds of oysters, but from over-fishing they have been much exhausted, and they also Yield a fish which in quality and Size is generally inferior to that obtained in manyplaces on the British coast.
The firth is often mentioned in history in Connection with invasions, with the landing of
troops or warlike muniments from foreign friendly powers, and withthe voyages on errands of State
or of matrimony of the princes and princesses of Scotland !! -
The foregoing is taken from the
gazeteer of Scotland. -
Forth and Clyde Canal Forth and Clyde Canal
Forth and Clyde Canal
Forth and Clyde Canal
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. John Ker
Mr. David Leighton
Mr. R.W. Dorward
025.09 "A public work of national interest and importance to Scotland, Connecting by a navigable Communication, the firths of Forth and Clyde. The very deep indentation of the eastern and the western Sides of Scotland by these firths, at points not far from the Same line of latitude, and the strictly lowland character of the territory which intervenes
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