St Peter's Gateway

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The artist's description: 'Although the 1724 church was completely gutted by fire in 1857, the original gates survive. In 1688 the Church of Scotland became a Presbyterian church, and those favouring the Episcopalian way moved out. Temporarily they met in various houses in town including the present "Coffee Shop" and the Brown mansion on the site of the Library. Although St Peters was built in 1724 the Congregation of St Mary's did not have a church until 1844.'

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St Peter's Gateway




watercolour on paper


H 29 x W 22 cm

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gift from the artist

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