Plus, the spey, one of the most famous salmon rivers in the world, bordered the south side of the estate.
Excellent sections of these rocks are exposed in the Findhorn, the Divie and the tributaries of the spey.
Yet its use is absolutely indispensable to the salmon angler on the spey.
The logs were floated down the spey, and built at speymouth into forty-seven ships of an aggregate burthen of 19,000 tons.
I am afraid he will think but little of it after the spey, but he will be too polite to say so.
Well, I mounted the walls in tolerable heart, and was placed with others on the spey Tower, being accounted a good bowman.
There is a river in Scotland called the spey; that I suppose is no news.
Since that period a substantial bridge has been thrown over the spey.
A few minutes brought them to the spey, where they alighted in safety.
Another turns up the spey, and by this beautiful strath would bring us into the heart of the Highlands.