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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KELSO (town) Kelso County Map
New Statistical Account
Map of Scotland
Fullertons Gazetteer
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of its venerable Abbey, - the air of pretension worn by its public buildings, - the light colored stone, and the blue slate roofs of its dwelling houses, - the graceful sweep, and the tidy cleanliness with which it winds along the rivers, - and the airiness and generally pleasing aspect of its streets - all impress upon it, as seen from without or from within, a city like character - "Patten" so far back as the reign of Edwd. [Edward] VI described it as "a pretty Market Town" - an eulogism of no mean measure in an age when most British towns were characterizeable only by their various degrees of meanness, lumpishness, & filth. The town consists of a central square or market-place, and divergent Streets and alleys. The square is spacious and airy, very large to exist in a
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Town of Kelso
[Signed] W Beatty

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