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David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan have suggested two possible identifications for this view. The first is the Carse to the east of Stirling, with the steeple of Logie Kirk at Blair Logie and Dumyat Hill at the left. The second is a view of Callander from the slopes above the town, with the church tower and the hills to the north at the left.1 Of these two suggestions, the second is perhaps more convincing, as there is a river that could be the River Teith. There is also a comparable sketch on folio 41 verso (D26671; CCLXXII 3). For sketches of Callander see folio 33 (D26741; CCLXXII 39a).
Wallace-Hadrill and Carolan 1990, Vol.10 No.1, p.18; Wallace-Hadrill and Carolan 1990, Vol.10 No.2, p.27.