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TITLE
'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century', Vol. II, Map of Inverness
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_NHIGHLAND19THC_02_395
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
PERIOD
19c
CREATOR
James Barron
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
38101
KEYWORDS
maps

'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century', vol. II, map of Inverness.

'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century' by James Barron was published in three volumes in 1903, 1907 and 1913. Published by Robert Carruthers and Sons of Inverness, each volume contains extracts and summaries from Highland-based newspapers covering the first 56 years of the 19th century. Vol. I contains material from Suter's 'Memorabilia' (1800-1807); the 'Inverness Journal' (1807-1817); and the 'Inverness Courier' (1817-1824). Vols. II & III contain material from the 'Inverness Courier' for the years 1825-1841 and 1842-1856 respectively.

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'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century', Vol. II, Map of Inverness

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

19c

maps

Highland Libraries

'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century', vol. II, map of Inverness.<br /> <br /> 'The Northern Highlands in the Nineteenth Century' by James Barron was published in three volumes in 1903, 1907 and 1913. Published by Robert Carruthers and Sons of Inverness, each volume contains extracts and summaries from Highland-based newspapers covering the first 56 years of the 19th century. Vol. I contains material from Suter's 'Memorabilia' (1800-1807); the 'Inverness Journal' (1807-1817); and the 'Inverness Courier' (1817-1824). Vols. II & III contain material from the 'Inverness Courier' for the years 1825-1841 and 1842-1856 respectively.