I have purchased a little Kirkwall newspaper, which I send you with this letter.
Things have come to this––Boris has made love to Sunna in the face of all Kirkwall.
She is at Kirkwall, doubtless, and to hold my course thither would be to steer right upon the rocks.
The country about Kirkwall is flat, and tolerably cultivated.
Kirkwall is a pleasant old town; or was, till war made it busy and new.
A boat arrived from Kirkwall, and two of her crew were far-off cousins.
I do not want 241 the women of Kirkwall wondering who was to blame.
Kirkwall, in respect of its shops, surprised us even more than Thurso.
And who may thou be going to give a ‘large sum of money’ to, in Kirkwall town?
He had, however, been chosen for Kirkwall, and could fight his cause in the House.