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CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF LORETTO and HERMITAGE (Remains of) [continued from page 33] after which there will be two horses in waiting, to convey us to Fife, where the Lords of the Congregation, are up in defence of the reformed religion, the man acted accordingly, Soon after the Laird and him were out of reach of the foaming KirKmen, and Friars, Some years after this Circumstance had happened, according to my informants, the Chapel of Loretto was pulled down, and the materials of it, were used in the erection of the present Goal or Tolbooth of Musselburgh. Consequently it is said the Pope curses Musselbro' [Musselburgh] every year,

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[signed] John Bray c/a [Civilian Assistant]
May 26th 1852

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This Name Book refers to Musselburgh 1853 - Sheet 09
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1056

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