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KELSO [parish] Kelso (Parish) Continued [from page 2]
of Stichill and Hume, Kelso appears to occupy a level surface, at the bottom of a wide richly Wooded Strath-; but when seen in-birds-eye view from the vicinity of the River, it presents the appearance of an amphitheatre, varied as well in its physical outlines as in its artificial adornments, - intersected by two broad and noble rivers, and having for its boundary a circle of wooded heights -
Prior to the Reformation, the territory now included in the parish of Kelso, appears to have comprehended three parishes; the parish of Kelso on the North-bank of the Tweed, the parishes of Maxwell and St. James's, both on the South, & separated from each other by the River Teviot - Two at least of those parishes, Kelso and Maxwell, seem
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Parish of Kelso
[signed] W. Beatty

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