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Published by David Douglas in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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Paginationxlviii,323p. :
Number of Pages323
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18551864M

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History of Moray Before Dynasty of Findláich to Óengus. In the century or two before the name Moray described a polity, far larger than the later county or district of the same name, which at its largest extended from Drumochter in the south to the Scandinavian held lands of Caithness and Sutherland in the north. Moray would also eventually cover from Buchan in the . Edinburgh: David Douglas, Nature and Hunting FIRST EDITION. Large octavo 26 x 19cm, pp. 8 xlviii; With 40 etching, including a frontispiece and vignette title page, with tissue guards. Publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine and gilt crest to upper board. Top edge gilt; others untrimmed. Illustrated green endpapers. Gum marks from a removed label to front . Natural History & Sport in Moray , Charles Edinburgh: David Duglas, 40 fine heliogravure plates by G. Reid & J. W. Taylor, tissue guards; numerous text illus. Tall thick 8vo, original green cloth; spine faded and more. John George Wood () was an ordained priest, but from the 's he was developing a career as a natural historian; The Illustrated Natural History was his first book originally published in .

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