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CROMWELL'S MOUNT Cromwell's Mount
Cromwell's Mount
Cromwell's Mount
W. Denholm
John White
Stat Acct [Statistical Account ] 1841
007 [Situation] About 1 5/8 Miles N.W. by W. [North West by West] from East Barnes
A small Knoll or eminence a short distance west of Broxmouth house. It is traditionally said that Cromwell viewed from this eminence the approach of the Scotch army under Leslie, In Broxmouth Park, there is a small mound of earth where Cromwell stood (and which is still called Cromwell's Mount), when looking through a glass, he beheld Leslie's Army descending from the hill, and exclaimed the 'Lord hath delivered them into my hands." See Statistical Account (1841)

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