Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to Sir Charles Lyell from William Blackadder regarding the geology of Forfarshire, 16 March 1825
Letter to Sir Charles Lyell from William Blackadder discussing various geological matters including the heights of diluvium in the Forfarshire area, the lochs in the Forfarshire area and his suspicions that land near Cortachie had once been a lake, marl deposition in the Forfarshire and Borders areas of Scotland and flints found in Aberdeenshire, 16 March 1825.
Note, probably collected from Duncan MacNiven, retired schoolmaster, Airds, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire, about how Loch Etive changed from being a lake during a storm stating that a 'narrow isthmus of gravelly soil' separately the lake from the sea at Connel but that this was breached during a storm. He notes that the isthmus stood where the Falls of Lora are now. Text has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.
Note about Loch Coire an Lochain, that it is the highest and biggest tarn in Scotland and is situated in Braeriach [Bràigh Riabhach, Siorramachd Inbhir Nis/Inverness-shire]. Text has been scored through in pencil.
Note about the pool Loch-li in Barraigh/Isle of Barra, which is described as being close to Eoligarry [Eòlaigearraidh] and in which a plant, possibly vervain, grows which is said to take off horse shoes. Carmichael also notes that Martin Martin mentioned this pool because small cockles grow in it. Text has been scored through in pencil.
Place-name note which reads 'Loch gho'avig w[est] of Leosvig' [Bàgh Ghòbhaig and Loch Leosavay both Na Hearadh/Isle of Harris].
Placename which reads 'Loch-ceo-glais Loch ceoglais = Stack [lump]' [Loch Ceo Glais, Siorrachd Inbhir Nis/Inverness-shire].
Song beginning 'A sniamh mo chuigeil, A sniamh mo chuigeil', collected from Duncan MacNiven, retired schoolmaster, Airds, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire. The text has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.