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DUKE OF QUEENSBERRY'S MONUMENT Duke of Queensberry's Monument
Duke of Queensberry's Monument
Duke of Queensberry's Monument
Peter Mundell
R. Kemp Esqre.
055 [Situation] In the Centre of Queensberry Square
A Stone pillar Standing on a Small Square pedestal, About 7 feet high, is Surrounded by An iron railing .- The Pillar is a Doric Column of About 30 feet high - On one Side of the pedestal is a device representing a female figure leaning on an urn And on Another Side of the Same is the following inscription " This Column Sacred to the memory of Charles Duke of Queensberry and Dover was erected by the County of Dumfries As a Monument - their veneration for the Character of that illustrious Nobleman whose exalted virtues rendered him the ornament of Society And whose numerous acts of public beneficence And private Charity endeared him to this County.
Ob 22nd. Octr. [October] 1778 Etat. 80 .

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