"The Forth rises on the north side of Ben Lomond, and runs easterly." Glasgow Geog., 8vo, corrected. "The red granite of Ben Nevis is said to be the finest in the world." Id. "Ben More, in Perthshire, is 3,915 feet above the level of the sea." Id. "The height of Ben Cleagh is 2,420 feet." Id. "In Sutherland and Caithness, are Ben Ormod, Ben Clibeg, Ben Grin, Ben Hope, and Ben Lugal." Glas. Geog. right. "Ben Vracky is 2,756 feet high; Ben Ledi, 3,009; and Ben Voirloich, 3,300." Glas. Geog. cor. "The river Dochart gives the name of Glen Dochart to the vale through which it runs." Id. "About ten miles from its source, it [the Tay] diffuses itself into Loch Dochart." Glasgow Geog., Vol. ii, p. 314. LAKES: "Loch Ard, Loch Achray, Loch Con, Loch Doine, Loch Katrine, Loch Lomond, Loch Voil." Scott corrected. GLENS: "Glen Finlas, Glen Fruin, Glen Luss, Ross Dhu, Leven Glen, Strath Endrick, Strath Gartney. Strath Ire." Id. MOUNTAINS: "Ben An, Ben Harrow, Ben Ledi, Ben Lomond, Ben Voirlich, Ben Venue, or, (as some spell it,) Ben Ivenew." Id. "Fenelon died in 1715, deeply lamented by all the inhabitants of the Low Countries." Murray cor. "And Pharaoh Necho made Eliakim, the son of Josiah, king." See ALGER: 2 Kings, xiii, 34. "Those who seem so merry and well pleased, call her Good Fortune; but the others, who weep and wring their hands, Bad Fortune." Collier cor.