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Photograph of a coastline with a young boy standing in right side profile as he leans against a low stone wall, looking out to sea. The boy wears three-quarter length trousers and is barefoot. In the background stands Dunstaffnage Castle on
Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands

Queen Victoria recorded her visits to Scotland with Prince Albert

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To counter fears that extracts would be published by the press, Sir Arthur Helps (1813–75) suggested that a public version of the book should be printed. This version appeared in 1868 and featured wood engravings based on photographs by George Washington Wilson. The queen wrote that the public editions, ‘should not be so dear, so that everyone can buy it'.

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