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Visitors to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott, have only a short time left to see three rarely seen watercolour paintings before they disappear back into private collections.'A 'lost' Turner painting of Abbotsford, a miniature portrait of a fouryear-old Scott (the earliest known to exist), and a miniature portrait of Scott's first love, Williamina Belsches, are being removed from display at the end of November and returned to their owners.

last chance to see rare paintings

Visitors to Abbotsford, the home of Sir Walter Scott, have only a short time left to see three rarely seen watercolour paintings before they disappear back into private collections.

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Wreath bearers at the ceremony at Philiphaugh.

Rugby club leads way as Selkirk honours its war dead

Members, players and supporters of Selkirk Rugby Club gathered at Philiphaugh on Saturday to pay their respects to the 40 past players from the club killed in the two world wars and witness the unveiling of a permanent memorial in their memory.

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