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  • ...uch in 1651. At the time the tune was earliest printed (in McGlashan's c. 1786 collection) Dalkeith House was occupied by the 3rd Duke and Duchess of Buccleugh, Lady Elisabeth Montagu (b. 1743), who in 1767
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  • ...rlborough 1793 and 1806, for Luggershall 1796, and St. Michael's in 1805, after which he joined the House of Peers as Baron Tynedale. The earl married Harriet Katherine Townshend in March, 1795 and they had
    3 KB (475 words) - 12:45, 24 March 2018
  • ...h house to Edinburgh. Unfortunately, the king caught a cold while there, and after he left the main house entrance was closed and remodeled to cut down on drafts.
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  • ...n''' (1825). He was somewhat cautiously patronized by the nobility and played regularly at Dalkeith House (home of Sir James Montgomery) and at Stobo Castle. Neil (1991) relates: Pate Bailie is given a short biographical sketch in William Hunter's '''Biggar and the House of Fleming''' (1867, p. 414), wherein he describes the Baillie [Ed. Hunter's spelling] family in his ''and later went to visit him. When he arrived at the man's house, he was pleased to see food on the table,''
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  • ...n''' (1825). He was somewhat cautiously patronized by the nobility and played regularly at Dalkeith House (home of Sir James Montgomery) and at Stobo Castle. Neil (1991) relates: Pate Bailie is given a short biographical sketch in William Hunter's '''Biggar and the House of Fleming''' (1867, p. 414), wherein he describes the Baillie [Ed. Hunter's spelling] family in his ''and later went to visit him. When he arrived at the man's house, he was pleased to see food on the table,''
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  • ...children (although her first born, George, lived only a couple of months). They resided at Dalkeith House in Midlothian. Sir Walter Scott, friends of the Duke and Duchess, said of her, "she was a woman of u
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  • ...dren (although her first born, George, lived only a couple of months), and they resided at Dalkeith House in Midlothian. Sir Walter Scott, friends of the Duke and Duchess, said of her, "she was a woman of u
    2 KB (328 words) - 11:35, 14 August 2016
  • ...iano Forte and Violin''' (1825). He was patronized by the nobility and played regularly at Dalkeith House (home of Sir James Montgomery) and at Stobo Castle. J. Murray Neil ('''The Scots Fiddle''', 1991) re
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  • [[File:epsom.jpg|500px|thumb|right|The Old Well House at Epsom Wells, c. 1795]] ...a resort, supplanting the original cottage with a large light brick built room and adding a coffee house, two rooms for 'gameing' and shops selling' sweetmeates' and 'fruite'. It was in decline by the 1730 ''Ise ha bin at Dalkeith Fair,''<br>
    6 KB (1,040 words) - 03:33, 1 August 2018
  • ...was republished by the Gows in their '''Fourth Collection''' (1800) under the title "[[Countess of Dalkeith]]," without crediting Marshall. Jane Gordon died in 1812 and is buried on the Kinrara estate, overlo
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  • ...he market would bear for tuition. The Duke of Buccleugh had him travel once a week to the palace at Dalkeith, some six miles from Edinburgh, for which Gow charged him the (then astonishing) sum of two guineas
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  • ...of Nathaniel Gow, and grandson of Niel Gow, and worked for a short time in his father's publishing house. This tune was published in 1837, some fourteen years after his death by his brother.
    1 KB (183 words) - 04:15, 26 November 2016
  • ...Scotland in 1822, Gow was among the best of the musical talent of the country to be summoned to the Dalkeith palace to participate in the occasion. The Prince publicly remembered his London visits with Gow to ...77. Reel version). Rounder 82161-7032-2, Bill Lamey - "From Cape Breton to Boston and Back: Classic House Sessions of Traditional Cape Breton Music 1956-1977" (2000). </font>
    4 KB (622 words) - 13:39, 26 April 2012