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Three Laws (Continued 034 [continued from page 27]
the highest but nothing so far as could be ascertained has ever been found in it, or the other two Laws which are comparatively insignificant in point of height or remarkableness. Mr Buchan of the farm of Three Laws in Brechin Parish, considers that the smallest law to the east is not one of the Three Laws, but that the third was where his Steading now stands, and he states his having found an urn and some stone coffins in the mound which the house now occupies the site of. Dr. [Doctor] Sharp considers the smaller Law to be one of the Three Laws and the name is therefore written on the Examination Trace to apply to the "Three Laws" shewn. This is a particularly well known land mark in the country around. Everone will be found to know the "Three Laws"

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Co [County] Forfar -- Farnell Parish

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