List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mayfield Cottage
Mr Anderson, Mayfield Place
James Donaldson, Old Town
013 [Situation] About 17 Chains N.W. [North West] of the Church
A neat cottage one storey high with vegetable and flower garden attached generally let in the Summer Season to respectable parties. It is the property of Mr Anderson Mayfield Place
MANSE [Peebles] Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Revd [Reverend] Mr Monilaws, Manse
Mr William Blackwood Writer
013 [Situation] About 15 Chains West of the Church
A well constructed building two storeys high with suitable offices, large Vegetable garden and some ornamental ground attached, beautifully Situated on the North side of the River Tweed. It is the property and residence for the time being of the Revd [Reverend] G.H. Monilaws
where Highlanders encamped (1745
Provost Stirling
Mr John Buchan
013 [Situation] About ⅜ of a mile West of the Church
This is a field on the South side of the Road leading from Peebles to Nedpath Castle and West of Hay Lodge, where it is supposed the Highland Army encamped in passing thro Peebles

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Peebles was untroubled by the rebellion of 1715,
but in 1745 it received a visit from the forces of Prince Charles Edward
on route to England ***According to local tradition, the Highlanders
encamped in a field West of Hay Lodge &c. Chambers Guide to Peebles p. [page] 42"

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