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The merry doings of Selkirk folk across 400 years.

Selkirk Protocols Explained

The Herald of Scotland Explains the Selkirk Protocols Parcels of history that were snatched from the flames: link A nervous Government decreed in 1940 that combustible material had to be removed from commercial premises in case…

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Selkirk Protocols Attitude to Strangers

Defence By Attack – Selkirk 1530 Most border towns did not have walls and so people were wary and frightened of any strangers. They could be the outlaws and swordsmen checking the place before plundering…

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Inventory of Marion Dalglesch from Selkirk 1564

Book Ninian Brydin Selkirk 1536-64 Each town in Scotland had its legal representations recorded in a protocol book. Selkirk’s protocol books have been transcribed by local experts and are available for purchase from Selkirk Museum. …

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