[York—Wednesday, 6 June 1860]

Wednesday 6th Dull cold morning in York, notwithstanding the weather we attended Divine Service in the Cathedral and passed the larger half of the forenoon in and about the noble pile; about 2 P.M. we took the train for Kelso where we arrived upon the edge of evening and slept. Quaint old town in the midst of lovely scenery. Jamie sallied out as usual for a little walk and came home full of enthousiasm about the trees, the old abbey, and Sir George Douglas’s beautiful estate.

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