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No. 62.) FEBRUARY, 1822. [Vol. VI.
THE CAVE OF FINGAL.
Sketched by J. B. HOLROYD.
AND THE CAVE OF FINGAL
The island of Staffa is one of the Hebrides, or Western islands of Scotland : it is situated in 57° N. lat. and 15 miles west of the island of Mull. Its form is oblong and irregular ; its coasts are stérp aud craggy, surrounded with superb basaltic causeways, and hollowed into caves, of which the Cave of Fingal is the chief. The išle is accessible only by a small