Booshala Isle

Booshala Isle
   BOOSHALA ISLE, in the parish of Kilninian, county of Argyll. It is one of the Hebrides, and lies south of Staffa, from which island it is separated by a stormy channel about 90 feet wide; it is of an irregular pyramidal form, entirely composed of basaltic pillars, inclining in every direction.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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