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Title: The land of heather
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Johnson, Clifton, 1865-1940
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan company London, Macmillan and co., limited
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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awbridge that spansthe ancient moat, and dodged along by means of the guideswho blocked the way with provides of their solutions untilI passed beneath the portcullis-guarded arch of the en-trance. As I went in a squad of Scotch soldiersmarched jauntily out with their pipes jigging merrilyon ahead. The soldiers with their bare knees, theirkilts, higher black hats, and other fancy fixings, lookedmore as if they had been gotten up for a circus parade thanfor war, but they have been tall, brawny fellows, and I donot query their effectiveness. The castle is to-day mainly composed of heavy,gray stone barracks of no great antiquity, but amongthe rest is a tiny chapel erected about eight hundredyears ago, which claims to date back farther than anyother constructing in Scotland. The sole occupant of thechapel, as I saw it, was an old lady who sat behindan array of guide-books for sale, like a venerable spiderin its lair, hopeful of enticing unwary flies. In a roomnear by 1 can appear by means of some iron bars at the
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Historic Ground 113 ancient Scottish crown, sceptre, and other gewgaws ofthis sort but there was to me a lot a lot more charm inthe view from the fortification parapets off over thesmoky city. The castle stands at the far end of theridge, where the rock rises highest, and you can’t butthink the circumstance need to have possessed almost im-pregnable strength in the days prior to the invention ofheavy siege pieces. Nothing, as well, would appear moreunHkely than escape from the dungeon prisons hewnin the strong rock but the castle has been typically taken,and prisoners have regularly located signifies to get cost-free.Even the practically vertical cliffs have been scaled onoccasions, and it is 1 of the pleasures of the present-day tiny boys of Edinburgh to risk their necks intrying to climb the crags. Close under the base of the hill to the north is anarrow glen. By means of the centre of this runs therailway, but the rest is laid out in lawns and flower-beds, with a mingling of shrubbery and trees. For-merly a physique of wat
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