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CHAPEL (Ruins of) [Craigmillar Castle] Presbyterian Chapel W Kerr Greenend Revr.[Reverend] J Stewart Liberton Dr.[Doctor] Begg supposed it to have been the place of Presbyterian Worship Alnwickhill 006 The Remains of a large Chapel at Craigmillar Castle on the N.[North] W.[West] side, it is an oblong building about 70 feet in length by 20 in breadth the walls of which at present stand 25 feet high. according to the best accounts it was erected during the indulgence granted by James the VII as a Presbyterian Place of Worship, but only used as such for a short time Whyte who wrote his history of the Ph.[Parish] about 107 years ago mentions and distinctly points out where this chapel stood, now read what he says, which is the following " On the West side of the outer Court was erected a Protestant Presbyterian place of Worship upon the indulgence granted by James the VII; on the east was the Chapel. and the font and other Sacrad appendices which are still to be seen at present it is used as a stable; Now this quotation or extract is quite opposite to the description of Dr.[Doctor] Begg in the New Stat [Statistical] Acct. [Account].

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