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Photographer's Day at Tutbury Castle 5th August 2012 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photographer's Day at Tutbury Castle 5th August 2012 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Colonel William Gordon's Company of Foote, a Highlander Royalist unit of the English Civil War

Colonel William Gordon's Company of Foote, a Highlander Royalist unit of the English Civil War

Lord Dunmore, John Murray  Fourth Earl of Dunmore     Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA.    John Murray, earl of Dunmore by Charles Harris.  •Born to Scottish nobility in 1730  •Becomes Virginia’s last royal Governor in 1770  •Early popularity wanes under radical policy decisions  •Dies in 1809

Lord Dunmore, John Murray Fourth Earl of Dunmore Courtesy of the Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, VA. John Murray, earl of Dunmore by Charles Harris. •Born to Scottish nobility in 1730 •Becomes Virginia’s last royal Governor in 1770 •Early popularity wanes under radical policy decisions •Dies in 1809

Picture of Haggis Recipe;  I love the final comment in the recipe, "Serve with mashed potatoes, if you serve it at all."  Traditionally, haggis is served with "neeps" also, also known as mashed rutabegas.

Haggis

Picture of Haggis Recipe; I love the final comment in the recipe, "Serve with mashed potatoes, if you serve it at all." Traditionally, haggis is served with "neeps" also, also known as mashed rutabegas.

“Oh, aye,” said Mrs. Simpson, nodding with pride. “My mother brought those--well, their great-great-grandmothers--with her from Scotland, thirty years a-gone. ‘Creepies,’ she always called them--but they’ve got a true name. Scots Dumpy, it is, or so a gentleman from Glasgow told me.” “How very appropriate,” I said, taking another sip of beer and peering at the chickens. They did after all have legs; just very short ones. (From WRITTEN IN MY OWN HEART'S BLOOD~Chapter 126, "The Oglethorpe…

“Oh, aye,” said Mrs. Simpson, nodding with pride. “My mother brought those--well, their great-great-grandmothers--with her from Scotland, thirty years a-gone. ‘Creepies,’ she always called them--but they’ve got a true name. Scots Dumpy, it is, or so a gentleman from Glasgow told me.” “How very appropriate,” I said, taking another sip of beer and peering at the chickens. They did after all have legs; just very short ones. (From WRITTEN IN MY OWN HEART'S BLOOD~Chapter 126, "The Oglethorpe…

Susan Mary Farington, nee Hammond (1750-1800) and is in a black ebonised frame with a painted and gilded border around the miniature.

Susan Mary Farington, nee Hammond (1750-1800) and is in a black ebonised frame with a painted and gilded border around the miniature.

John Campbell of the Bank, about 1703-1777. Banker and businessman

John Campbell of the Bank, about 1703-1777. Banker and businessman

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