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MERSE (District) Merse (District) 027 [Continued from Page 4]
Blackadder & Eye, and the latter Comprehending Lauderdale, along with the more hilly eastern hilly country peculiarly called Lammermoor.
According to the general division of the county just pointed out, the Merse designates the whole lower ground from Tweed up the cultivated slopes of the lower southend range of the Lammermoorhills, including the western parishes of Nenthorn & Merton, and forming the longest piece of compact level ground diversified only by a gentle undulations - to be found in Scotland.
Mr Blackadder estimates this division to
Contain 100.226 acres.

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Parish of Hume
[Signed] W Beatty

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