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History of the Berwickshire Naturalists" Club
Berwickshire Naturalists" Club
in Edinburgh .
Written in English
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Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland) [publisher not identified], printed for the club by Martin's Printing Works, Spittal, - Berwickshire (Scotland) 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Page - Belfort nothing like the name either in strength or beauty, is the most miserable beggarly town or town of sods that ever was made in an afternoon of loam and sticks.
In all the town not a loaf of bread, nor a quart of beer, nor a lock of hay, nor a peck of oats, and little shelter for horse or man."* Mark,says "the village appears but poorly, and many of its houses ill-built.
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The Berwickshire Naturalists' Club was founded at Grant's House (now Grantshouse) in September by Dr. George Johnston of Berwick upon Tweed, with the object of investigating the natural history and antiquities of Berwickshire and its vicinage.
Selby remained an editor until his death, contributing notes and articles up to He joined the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club soon after it was founded in and served as its president in and again in Between and he contributed many papers to the 'History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club'.