Tuesday, July 5, 2011
June 2011 Magazine
Lauderdale, a notice about Stirling University Conference - Monuments and Monumentality in Later-Mediaeval and Early Modern Europe, articles on the life of Dr. John Leyden, Maps as Historical Sources, Arrangements for a Victorian Wedding, examples of records at the Hawick Heritage Hub, Bi-gen Blogspot, Kelso Mail Marriage entries between 1808 and 1823, the Black Dwarf (at Manor, Peebleshire), some epitaphs written by Robert Burns; as well as details of new members and their interests.
The magazine was despatched to members on 29th June.
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Due to the labour dispute at Canada Post, we understand there is a backlog of mail, so Canadian members may experience additional delays before receiving their June 2011 magazine.