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External Reference

Event ID 882872

Category Documentary Reference

Type External Reference



The National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh, contains, in a volume

of Sketches by Edward Duncan, Reference "MS. 3245.", a Sketch or

impression of Jedburgh Abbey. The chief attraction of Jedburgh is its

ruined Abbey, an 'ancient Monument'. It was founded by David I as a

Priory about1118, and raised thirty years later to the dignity of an

Abbey. The sketch is dated 1863.

The National LIbrary of Scotland, Edinburgh, contains, among the

'Uncatalogued MSS of General Hutton'. and numbered 151, 152, and 153,

Vol.1, an Engraving printed and sold by Jameson, Parliament Square, with

A Rutherford, Delt and Sculpt, 1776; Two smaller Engravings, sold

by J. Ainslie, Edinburgh; and Two Sketches of Jedburgh Abbey Church.

Courtauld Institute:

Jedburgh Abbey- G.F. Watts- Tomb of Lord Lothian- 829/4711

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