These other entries in our collection of descriptive gazetteers are also about Arbroath. You may be able to find further references to Arbroath in the descriptive gazetteers by doing a full-text search here.
|Place||Type of entry||Source||Arbroath||a royal, police, and parliamentary burgh, a seaport, and a seat of manufacture||Groome|
This website includes the complete texts of books describing journeys around Britain, written between the twelfth and nineteenth centuries. Selecting one of the links below will take you to the first reference to Arbroath within the selected text. This will not always be a description of a visit: travellers often mention places other than where they are, for example as a basis for comparison.
|Traveller||Section||No. of Refs.||Samuel Johnson||Arbroath and Montrose||3||William Camden||Scotland: North of the Antonine Wall||2||Robert Gammage||Touring central Scotland||1||John Wesley||1769-70: Opens a New Church; Comments on Rousseau; Geology; Swedenborg||1||John Wesley||1771-3: Windsor Park; Wesley as Art Critic; Glasgow and Perth; Preaches to 30,000 People||1|
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|Place||Mentioned in Travel Writing||Mentioned in Hist. Gazetteer|