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The Great Floods of August 1829
In the Province of Moray and Adjoining Districts by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder


Publisher's Preface

Introductory Note

Preliminary Chapter
Chapter I. The River Nairn, from the Hills to below Geddes
Chapter II. The River Nairn, from Broadlky to the Sea
Chapter III. The River Findhorn, from the Mountains to Dulsie Bridge
Chapter IV. The Findhorn, from Dulsie Bridge to to Randolph's Bridge
Chapter V. The River Divie, with its Tributary the Dorback, to Dunphail
Chapter VI. The River Divie - Dunphail
Chapter VII. The Rivers Diview and Findhorn - Relugas - And to the Craig of Coulternose
Chapter VIII. The Left Bank of the River Findhirn, below Coulternose
Chapter IX. Continuation of the Occurrences on the Left Bank of the River Findhorn, below the Counternose.
Chapter X. & XI. The Plain of Forres on the Right Bank of the Findhorn, to the Sea-Port of that Name - The Altyre Burn.
Chapter XII. The River Spey to Abernethy
Chapter XIII. & XIV. The River Nethy
Chapter XV. & XVI. The River Aven and the River Livet - The Spey about Ballindalloch - The Knockamdo Burn - The River Spey to Lower Craigellachie - The Rivers Dullan and Fiddoch.
Chapter XVII. & XVIII. The River Spey
Chapter XIX. The River Spey - Bridge of Fochabers
Chapter XX. Right Bank of the Spey
Chapters XXI to XXVI. Burn of Craig, Rivers Bogie, Deveron and Isla
Concluding Remarks and Appendix


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