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ITINERARY OF SCOTLAND.
BY GEORGE ALEXANDER COOKE,
ILLUSTRATED WITH A MAP.
Printed for C. COOKE, No. 17, Paternoster Row,
the United Kingdom.
DIRECT AND PRINCIPAL CROSS ROADS
N. B. The first Column contains the names of places passed through; the Figures that follow shew the Distance from Place to Place, and from Town to Town; and in the last Column are the names of Gentlemen's Seats and Inns. The right and left of the Roads are distinguished by the letters R. and L.
JOURNEY FROM COLDSTREAM
THROUGH GREENLAW AND DALKEITH.
Lees, Edward Majoribanks,
P. Breedon, Esq. R.
Coldstream T. G. 1 1 Hirsel, Earl of Home, R.;
On L. a R. to
and two miles and a half farther, Castle Law, W. Waite, esq. R.
Orange Lane Inn 32 5 Belchester, J. Trotter, esq.
Plowland T. G. 2
R. Bughtrig, J. Frank, esq.; Anton's Hill, J. Dickson, esq.; Kaimes, Lord Kaimes, and Purves Hall, Sir Alex. Purves, bart. R.; Eccles, J. Majoribanks, esq. L 74 Stonefold, J. Dickson, esq.; and Over Mains, S. Bromfield, esq. L.
Marchmont House, Earl of Marchmont, R.; Rowchester, J. Cockburn, esq.; Angelraw, John Hay, esq.; and Gordon Bank, William Murray, esq L.
5 18 Thornydike Tower, and Spottiswood, J. Sportiswood, esq. R.
119 Thirlestane or Lauder Castle, Earl of Lauder, L.
esq. Johnstonburn, Brown, esq.; and Falla Hall, Hamilton Macgill, esq. R.
Costertoun, Earl of Hopetown; Whiteburgh, Anderson, esq. and Upper Cranston, Sir John Dalrymple, bart; R. Long faugh, Sir John Callender, Bart; and Crighton,
34 35 Between Path Head and
Dalkeith, on R. Preston