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Greyfriars' Monastery (Continued) [continued from page 63]
which was conveyed by Queen Mary to the Town for a burying ground." & Thomson in his Hist: [History] of Dundee says "The Houff or old burying ground was the site of a Convent * * * and of the orchard & garden belonging to it." & in the report of Council presented to the Lords of Session in the cause of The Presbytery of Dundee v [versus] The Magistrates of Dundee p [page] 8. it is described simply as "the garden & ground of the Greyfriars" the ground probably implying the space cleared by the razing of the Convent & offices attached
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