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Mr Robertson
Mr John Miller
Mr John McLarn
118 A dwellinghouse one storey, slated and in good repair, the property of the Right Hon. [Honourable] the Earl of Camperdown, and occupied by David Mason.
GLENEAGLES CASTLE (Ruin) Gleneagles Castle

Gleneagles Castle
Mr Robertson
Mr John Miller
Mr John Holly, North Mains of Gleneagles.
118 From what remains of this pile, it may be inferred that it was a plain building each side measuring about 12 yards Three of the sides - only the track of the eastern one is to be seen - are about 20 feet in height, and are not remarkable for their thickness. It is situated on an eminence in front of Gleneagles, and a short distance from the Mansion house of the same name. Tradition says that the grounds in the immediate vicinity of the Castle, could at pleasure be inundated.

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