In 1527 Hector Boece, the first Principal of King's College Aberdeen, wrote in his extensive 'History of the Scottish People' of an island of rocky crags and prehistoric sheep, which could only be reached through extreme danger to life. It was, he explained, 'the last and outmaist Ile' of Scotland. It was St Kilda. St Kilda breaks the waters of the Atlantic Ocean some 100 miles west of the mainland, and 40 ...
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Birds eye views of the towns of Northampton and Peterborough are shown in fair detail,with a windmill and even field boundaries portrayed on the Peterborough plan. Below the plan of Northampton, a short history details the three dissentions witnessed by the town, and just above the Peterborough plan is a history of the battle of Edgecot. There are eleven armorial devices shown on this map, with those of the...