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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 863 Abbotsford

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 are presented intact for public in-
spection. We entered from the
garden side as shown in the first photo-
Neatly kept grounds- A few
minutes delay for the guide, thence
into the “entrance hall” where the walls
are covered with old armor, ancient
weapons, coats of arms, +c. on a table
is a bust of the poet Wordsworth- Thence
into the “armory” a longer room
containing more weapons, those of Rob
Roy, Robt Bruce, and others of interest-

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 -The entrance hall-
His “study” is a small room, filled with
books. Half way up the cases a little
railing and promenade is reached by a little
winding stair to reach his uppermost books-
In the centre stands his desk, and chair
covered in dark green leather, a case
holds his pipes and canes-
The drawing room is spacious, finely
finished in cedar, containing several
elaborately carved desks, cabinets, +c the
gifts of royalty-
The dining room contains several -The study-

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