One other matter is worthy of note in Caithness, and that is the steady yearly decrease of wildfowl.
Towards the north, it was not observed beyond Wick and Wathen (in Caithness).
We pass two stations in which the hard Caithness flagstones so well known in commerce are jointed by saws wrought by machinery.
He invaded and laid waste Glenmoriston, Urquhart, and Caithness.
It had been understood, for some years, that the Caithness fortune was in rather an alarming condition.
George fourth Earl of Caithness, who died 9th September 1582.
In 1511 the Bishop of Caithness was appointed commendator, and decline of the abbey soon followed.
The Sutherland cat-crest is, apparently, derived from Catness, or Caithness.
And it is an actual historical fact that the reindeer was hunted in Caithness so recently as the twelfth century.
The Catini held part of Caithness and the east of Sutherland.