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Identifier: cassellsoldnewed02gran
Title: Cassell's Old and new Edinburgh: its history, its people, and its places
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Grant, James, 1822-1887
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Publisher: London, New York : Cassell, Petter, Galpin
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mpbell of Succoths House . 344 The Organ in the Music-class Room .... 345 The Meadows, about iSlo 348 The Burgh Loch 349 The Archers Hall 352 ArchersHall: the Dining Hall 353 Thomas Nelson ........ 356 The Edinburgh University Medical School, Lauriston. 357 George Watsons Hospital 360 Birds-eye View of the New Royal Infirmary, from the North-East, 1S78 361 Reduced Facsimile of a View of Heriots Hospital by Gordon of Rothiemay 364 George Heriot 365 Reduced Facsimile of an Old Engraving of Heriots Hospital 368 Heriots Hospital, from the South-west To face page 369 The Chapel, Heriots Hospital 369 Heriots Hospital: the Council Room.... 372 The North Gateway of Heriots Hospital . . . 373Heriots Hospital, 1779; Porters Lodge; DiningHall; Quadrangle, looking North ; Quadrangle, looking South 376 A Royal Edinbmgh Volunteer 377 The Repentance Stool, from Old Greyfriars Church . 379 Greyfriars Church 380 Tombs in Greyfriars Churchyard, Edinburgh . . 381 Monogram of George Heriots Name .... 384

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THE CANONGATE TOLBOOTH. Old and New Edinburgh. CHAPTER I.THE CANONGATE. Its Origin—Songs concerning il—Records—Market Cross—St. Johns and the Girth Crosses—Early History-The Town of Ilerbcrgare—Canongale Paved-The Governing liody—Raising the Devil—Purchase of the Earl of Roxburghs Superiority —The Foreign Settlement—George Hcriot the Elder—Huntlys House—Sir Walter Scotts Story of a Fire—The Morocco r.and-Houses of Oliphant of Ncvvlaml,Lord David Hay, anil Earl of Angus—Jacks Land—Shoemakers Lands—Marqui: of Huntlys House—Nisbet of Dirletons Mansion—Golfers Land—John and Nicol Paterson—The Porch and Gatehouse of the Abbey—Lucky Spence. The Canongate—of old the Court-end of Edin-burgh—takes its name from the Augustine monksof Holyrood, who were permitted to build it bytlie charter of David I. in 112.8, and to rule it as aburgh of regality. The canons, says Chalmers, were empowered to settle here a village, and fromthem the street of this set


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