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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE CROSS Continued 001 the supply pipe from which a Constant stream issues, falls into a trough and from thence
running down the Channel on the N. [North] side of High street - on the slab is Cut in Relief, the Dog and Tree with the Motto "My fruit is fidelity to God and the King." On the N. [North] Side of the fountain, is the following inscription "This well in imitation of the ancient Cross Well of Linlithgow, was founded On the 4th June 1807, And executed by Robert Gray, Stone Mason, Edinburgh." S. [South] West of this fountain, and East of Cunzie Neuk, was erected, across the channel
the last Scaffold in 1819, in which Year the last execution took place in Linlithgow.
PLACE OF PUBLIC EXECUTION Place of Public Execution Mr. R Glen
Mr Henderson
001 See Descriptive RemarKs above

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