Daniell's Scotland: A Voyage Round the Coast of Scotland
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Travelling from the Solway Firth, up the west coast and north to the Orkneys, then south to Eyemouth, William Daniell (1769–1837) recorded the life and landscapes of Scottish shores between 1815 and 1822. Comprising the travel journal in Volume I and 158 prints in Volume II, this edition of the Voyage is a facsimile of the National Library of Scotland's copy, with an introduction by Elizabeth Bray and a transcription of Sir Walter Scott's 'Memoranda for Daniell' – his notes on sights to see. Limited edition of 600. Slipcased.