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    David Dick
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The Royal Burgh of Haddington (Scots: Haidintoun) is a town in East Lothian, Scotland

The Royal Burgh of Haddington (Scots: Haidintoun) is a town in East Lothian, Scotland. It is the main administrative, cultural and geographical centre for East Lothian, which as a result of late-nineteenth century Scottish local government reforms took the form of the county of Haddingtonshire for the period from 1889-1921. It lies about 17 miles (27 km) east of Edinburgh

Excerpt from Reminiscences Royal Burgh of Haddingt. This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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Earl of Haddington is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1627 for the noted Scottish lawyer and judge Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Melrose. He was Lord President of the Court of Session from 1616 to 1625. Hamilton had already been. Hamilton had already been created Lord Binning in 1613 and Lord Binning and Byres, in the County of Haddington, and Earl of Melrose, in the County of Roxburgh, in 1619. These titles were also in the Peerage of Scotland

Haddington is also home to the offices of the local newspaper the East Lothian .

Haddington is also home to the offices of the local newspaper the East Lothian Courier. There is a farmers market held on the last Saturday of the month in Court Street. The Centre is named after a local minister whose bequest of books and money in 1717 gave the town one of the earliest community libraries in Scotland. Haddington: Royal Burgh - A History and a Guide, The Haddington History Society, published 1997 by Tuckwell Press Lt. ISBN 1-86232-000-4. The Haddington, Macmerry and Gifford Branch Lines, by Andrew M. Hajducki, Oakwood Press, Oxford, 1994.

The Royal Burgh of Haddington (Scots: Haidintoun ) is a town in East Lothian, Scotland.

David Blight has written the definitive biography of Frederick Douglass. With extraordinary detail he illuminates the complexities of Douglass’s life and career and paints a powerful portrait of one of the most important American voices of the 19th century. The resulting chronicle enriches our understanding of Douglass and the challenges he faced and offers a lesson for our own troubled times.

Haddington High Street In the 1100s David I made it a Royal Burgh and the county town of Haddingtonshire.

Haddington High Street. Haddington lies on the Great North Road, twenty miles to the east of Edinburgh. Though long bypassed by the A1, its position has through history meant it has served as a gateway to Edinburgh and to central Scotland. Haddington's origins lie very early in history and there was certainly a sizable settlement here by 1000. In the 1100s David I made it a Royal Burgh and the county town of Haddingtonshire. From 1139 there was a Franciscan church here, and Ada of Northumberland established a nunnery a little to the east in abut 1155. A remnant of the nunnery property survives in the shape of the ruin of St Martin' Kirk.

THE Haddington Burgh Schools were established at a very ancient date. The long-continued celebrity arid glory of the Haddington Burgh Schools departed after the unfortunate appointment of Rector Whyte in 1843. We find from history that they were in existence prior to the Reformation from Popery, that in 1559 the establishment of the Presbyterian form of church government was nearly perfected, and that schools were generally established throughout East Lothian. The schoolmasters of Dunbar, Spott, Haddington, and Prestonpans particularly distinguished themselves. He published a book called the Beauties of Arithmetic, which had a fair reputation at the time.

Royal Burgh of Haddington and District Community Council Minutes of meeting 13th October 2015 in Council Chambers 1. Sederunt Jan Wilson (Chair), Margaret Ingle (Vice Chair), Ruth Moncrieff (Correspondence Sec), Pat Lemmon, Ron Goldie, Paul Darling, Betty Somerville, Ra. . Sederunt Jan Wilson (Chair), Margaret Ingle (Vice Chair), Ruth Moncrieff (Correspondence Sec), Pat Lemmon, Ron Goldie, Paul Darling, Betty Somerville, Rab Moran, Lynda Boyle-Ronaldson, Fiona-Frances Adam In attendance Cllr Tom Trotter, Cllr John McMillan, Cameron Ritchie