Queen Mary’s Rath, Edinburgh "In this small... - Lemon Tea and Earwig Biscuits

Sep 18, 2011
Queen Mary’s Rath, Edinburgh
"In this small lodge, tradition has it that Queen Mary bathed herself in white wine. It was formerly enclosed within the palace grounds, and is supposed to be connected with the escape of the murderers of Rizzio. A small inlaid dagger was found hidden in the roof when the buildiing was undergoing repair during last century." ~ The Grey City of the North: a book of drawings by Jessie M. King (1910) (via)

Queen Mary’s Rath, Edinburgh

"In this small lodge, tradition has it that Queen Mary bathed herself in white wine. It was formerly enclosed within the palace grounds, and is supposed to be connected with the escape of the murderers of Rizzio. A small inlaid dagger was found hidden in the roof when the buildiing was undergoing repair during last century." ~ The Grey City of the North: a book of drawings by Jessie M. King (1910) (via)

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