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" Galystem;94 is probably the stone mentioned in the Statistical Account: 'A little above it (S. Mary's Church of Stow) is a very fine perennial spring, known by the name of the Lady's Well, and a huge stone, recently removed in forming the new road, but... "
The History and Antiquities of Roxburghshire and Adjacent Districts, from ... - Page 12
by Alexander Jeffrey - 1864
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The Statistical Account of Edinburghshire

Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1845 - 795 pages
...the walls, three feet thick, may still be seen built in with a common drystone dike. A little above it, is a very fine perennial spring, known by the...recently removed in forming the new road, but now Tack of " Cragend wt ye pertinents lyand in our barony of the Stow, Twad. dale, and regalitie of...
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The New Statistical Account of Scotland, Volume 1

Scotland - 1845
...the walls, three feet thick, may still be seen built in with a common drystone dike. A little above it, is a very fine perennial spring, known by the...recently removed in forming the new road, but now * Tack of " Cragend wt ye pertinents Iy.md in our barony of the Stow, Twnddale, and regalitie of Sanctandrews"...
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The four ancient books of Wales containing the Cymric poems ..., Volume 2

William Forbes Skene - Welsh poetry - 1868
...probably the stone mentioned in the Statistical Account. " A little above it (St. Mary's Church of Stow) is a very fine perennial spring, known by the name...pointed out as impressed with the print of the Virgin Mary's foot." In the Verses of the Graves, stanza xx., the grave of three persons is said to be on...
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The Four Ancient Books of Wales Containing the Cymric Poems ..., Volume 2

William Forbes Skene - Welsh poetry - 1868
...little above it (St. Mary's Church of Stow) is a very fine perennial spring, known by the name of tho Lady's Well, and a huge stone, recently removed in...forming the new road, but now broken to pieces, used to bo pointed out as impressed with tho print of the Virgin Mary's foot." In tho Versos of tho Graves,...
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Arthurian localities; their historical origin, chief country, and Fingalian ...

John Stuart Stuart- Glennie - Scotland - 1869 - 140 pages
...probably the stone mentioned in the Statistical Account: " A little above it (S. Mary's Church of Stow) is a very fine perennial spring, known by the name...pointed out as impressed with the print of the Virgin Mary's foot." In the Verses of the Graves also this valley seems to be alluded to. 63 Crossing from...
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