Plate LXXIX., The Falls of Lochy, p.156.

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THE narrow vale of Glenorchy, in Perthshire, through which the Lochy flows towards its junction with the Dochart at Killin, presents several points of high and varied attraction to the eye of the lover of the wildly picturesque; particularly at the spot where the river suddenly emerges, in a series of falls, from the thickly wooded defile through which it has long travelled, and, after seeming to chafe away all its previous restlessness in one angry effort, assumes the aspect of a calm and gently flowing lowland river, as it approaches to the embrace of its more lively sister-stream from Glendochart.

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